The Luxembourg City Tourist Office a.s.b.l., the City of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Army and the a.s.b.l. "d'Frënn vun der Militärmusek" are pleased to announce this year's annual charity concert with the support of the Luxembourg Military Music Band on Wednesday, 29 January 2020 at 8 pm at the Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg.

On this occasion, the Luxembourg Military Music Band, with the exceptional participation of young musicians from the country's conservatories, will perform the world premiere of "Double Concerto for Soprano Saxophone and Euphonium" composed by Warrant Officer Georges Sadeler alongside works by Michael Markowski, Christiaan Janssen, Anton Alcalde Rodriguez and Oscar Navarro. The concert is directed by Lieutenant-Colonel Jean-Claude Braun, Head of the Luxembourg Military Music Band.

This charity concert is placed under the High Patronage of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke Heir and is jointly organised by the Luxembourg City Tourist Office a.s.b.l., the City of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Army and the a.s.b.l. "d'Frënn vun der Militärmusek".

The price of the entrance ticket is 15 euros (+ pre-sale tax) per person. The entire revenue will be donated to Special Olympics Luxembourg.

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Michael Markowski


for Soprano Saxophone and Euphonium

Adjudant Georges Sadeler

Première mondiale, commande du Ministère de la Culture

Solistes: Adjudant Georges SADELER, Saxophone Soprano Sergent-Chef Marc MOLLITOR, Euphonium


Christiaan Janssen





symphonic poem for wind band

Oscar Navarro

Special Olympics Luxembourg

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Special Olympics Luxembourg is the sports federation that offers all people with an intellectual disability the opportunity to practice an adapted physical activity, to follow regular training programmes and to take part in competitions corresponding to their abilities. Special Olympics Luxembourg is currently celebrating its 40th anniversary. Since 1979, ALPAPS - Sport mat Suergekanner, as the association was called in its early days, has been strongly influenced by the Special Olympics movement, created in 1968 in the United States by the Kennedy family. Today Special Olympics Luxembourg, which is managed mainly by volunteers, supervises some 400 athletes with an intellectual disability, offering a wide range of some 12 sports disciplines with weekly training sessions, sporting events in the Grand Duchy and abroad. Great importance is placed on inclusion through sport with unified teams where athletes with a disability practice the different sports together with able-bodied partners.