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Mozart versus Salieri: Rivalry?
Prague Sinfonia Orchestra/ Christian Benda
Release date: 05.04.2019 - Labelcode 0190759195925


The Art Designer Roberto Giolito in a dialogue with

Christian Benda about Space and Time



25th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution


Academy of Performing Arts Prague (HAMU)
Christian Benda discussing Bach Cello Suites
Masterclass & Concert
Starting November 18th, 2014

For more information: info@christianbenda.com


Christian Benda supports Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting



Christian Benda System

This is a device invented by Christian Benda, which regulates the distance between chest and cello or guitar, giving advantages which are both anatomical and technical. For more information: info@christianbenda.com.


Christian Benda and Henry Dunant

Christian Benda has been nominated International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum ambassador of the 'Flagships of Hope' campaign. 


©Vincent Calmel 

Henry Dunant, founder of the red cross, inspired Christian Benda’s poem 'A Vision of Solferino', to support the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent’s Campaign 'OUR WORLD, YOUR MOVE'.

Jean Henry Dunant's life (May 8, 1828 - October 30, 1910) is a study in contrasts. He was born into a wealthy home but died in a hospice; in middle age he juxtaposed great fame with total obscurity, and success in business with bankruptcy; in old age he was virtually exiled from the Genevan society of which he had once been an ornament and died in a lonely room, leaving a bitter testament. His passionate humanitarianism was the one constant in his life, and the Red Cross his living monument.


Christian Benda Against Death Penalty

Christian Benda supports the World Coalition Against Death Penalty. 'Oh! Revoir le droit de l'Homme', poem written by Christian Benda, Conductor of the Prague Sinfonia Orchestra, on February 24, 2010 for the 4th World Congress Against Death Penalty, held at the United Nations, Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room (Geneva).

Photo by Jean-Marc Ferre.


Benda on Climate Allies

Three of the world’s great classical musicians, Naxos artist Christian Benda, Daniel Barenboim and Barbara Hendricks, have contributed unique musical statements in support of global efforts to address the devastating human impact of climate change. Renowned pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim, operatic soprano Barbara Hendricks, and cellist and conductor Christian Benda recently became Climate Allies in support of Kofi Annan’s “Tck Tck Tck: Time for Climate Justice” campaign. This campaign will last about 40 days.

For more info: Naxos news, Classical Musicians become Climate Allies YouTube Channel, Climate Justice Facebook Fanpage.

Read Christian Benda's supporting statement.


Benda @ Enescu Festival

Christian Benda appeared at the George Enescu Festival, considered by 'The Guardian' as rival to the Salzburg Festival.


From Christian Benda’s notebook

Benatky Nad Jizerioou, near Prague, is the home of the Benda family, of astronomers Tycho Brahé, Johannes Kepler and of composer Bedrich Smetana.

1789-1989 Evolution’s revolution - Evolution and revolution

The world continues its velvet revolution in green within the various realms of nature, the mineral world, the green plants, the animals and human beings.

Our next revolution will be a green Velvet Revolution.

The Velvet Revolution changes color.
The new revolution for our earth will be green.
Our world continues its velvet revolution in green.

The green Velvet Revolution
We need to include in the continuous Velvet Revolution of our world, the green nature.
Also green is the Velvet Revolution of our world.
A voice in the wilderness, a voice in the silence, a light on the road.
With the motto: 'The Earth rotates, the revolution continues', 'The revolution is not over', 'ART for MAN', 'let us defend human values'.