In Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall, a solemn concert of the cello cello 2Cellos, the pianist Mije Pečnik and the Girls' Choir of the Stars were held in cooperation with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert was held as part of the humanitarian action Show love - look at the heart, which collects the resources needed for adapting and equipping the cabinet of sensory integration of the "Vinko Bek" Education and Training Center.
The organizer of the action was Rotary Club Zagreb 1242, as well as a call center with many famous figures of Croatian public scene such as Milan Bandić, Blago Markote, Nada Murganić, Milovan Zvonko, Sandra Perković, Aleksandra Dojčinović, Saša Lozara, Tomislava Svetina, Mirka Bocha, Anke Mrak Tartaš, Gordana Kožulja, Darko Tipurić, Marija Borić, Vanje Halilović, Davor Tomosković and many others who in this way gave their generous support to the action. The concert was held under the auspices of the President of the Republic of Croatia and sponsored by the mayor of the City of Zagreb and the Ministry of Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy.
The real surprise to the audience was the performances of Bariton of Leo Košavić and Damir Kedz.
"We are proud and happy that through the organization of humanitarian action Show love - look at the heart, we can help the blind and poorly protected residents of the Center" Vinko Beek "to achieve a better quality of life. Thanks to all the citizens who have helped us with our calls to raise more than 100 000 HRK to be invested in adapting and equipping the sensory integration cabinet, which will greatly facilitate the education of blind and weak people, "said Tomislav Svetina, president of Rotary Club Zagreb 1242.
Mirko Boch, director of the Zagreb Philharmonic, emphasized that the Philharmonic is always happy to engage in actions of humanitarian character.
-We believe that all we do, our profession and music can be put in the service of helping others. Show love - look at the heart encourages us to help those who truly look at their heart and to make them better adapt to the world we live in, "Boch pointed out.
Action Show love - watch your heart continue and call 060 9004 citizens to 15. February will be able to help the blind and weak-minded residents of the "Vinko Beek" Center, donating 5 HRK per call.
"We are grateful to all those who helped with this participation and donations this humanitarian action. The sensory integration cabinet will greatly help us to help blind and weak children, young people and adults learn how to better shape and adapt to everyday life, "said Diana King, head of the Vinko Beek Education and Training Center.
Sensory integration is the way the brain processes the information it receives through the senses, and the sensory integration disorder occurs when the brain and the nervous system can not adequately integrate sensible information, leading to difficulties in perception, behavior and learning. A number of well-known faces of Croatian athletes and sports who were willing to participate in video recording decided to help blind and poor users in achieving better quality of life included in the humanitarian action. As everything looks, see the photo gallery: