main sponsors and donors

Sonic Healthcare Germany (2012 until now)

Sonic Healthcare is one of the world's largest medical diagnostics companies, providing laboratory and radiology services to medical practitioners, hospitals, community health services, and their collective patients.

Inspired by the idea that several doctors use their musical skills for a good cause and support different aid projects, Sonic has been proudly supporting the World Doctors Orchestra for six years already and is looking forward to an ongoing partnership.

B. Braun Melsungen AG (2013 until now)

Supporting culture and the arts is of fundamental importance to B. Braun. Arts and culture provide alternative perspectives and invite the observer to become an active participant. As a corporate citizen, B. Braun supports a variety of social and cultural projects around the world. The World Doctors Orchestra is supported by B. Braun since 2013.

The family-owned B. Braun Group and its employees have a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility. This is firmly anchored in the Group’s underlying philosophy of “Sharing Expertise”: “As a corporate citizen, B. Braun strives to promote professional exchange among practitioners worldwide, but also to support arts and culture. The World Doctors Orchestra combines both in a wonderful way,” says Prof. Hanns-Peter Knaebel, member of the management board.

Aventis foundation (2010-2015)

The Aventis Foundation is a charitable foundation headquartered in Frankfurt am Main which serves to promote music, theater, art, literature (Fine Arts), projects in the social and political arena with a focus on healthcare (Civil Society), as well as science, research, and higher education (Science). Since its inception, the Aventis Foundation has been promoting music, art, theater and literature. The foundation wants to support artists who cross boundaries, eliminate prejudices, create original works and seek new horizons.

Next Concert

February 6, 2019
Jerusalem Centre for the Performing Arts, Israel

February 7, 2019
Bronfmann Hall Tel Aviv, Israel

Antonín Dvořák, Symphony No. 8

George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue

Popular works to be announced

Stefan Willich, conductor

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