Showing 7630 results

Archival description
1 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects
Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 83027 · Document · 1963.12.10
Part of Collections

The fifteenth anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was celebrated tonight at United Nations Headquarters by an international concert in which noted artists from many countries took part. President of the General Assembly Hall, Mr. Carlos Sosa-Rodriguez (Venezuela) delivered the commemorative address.
The audience applauds the Kabuki performers of "Ame-No-Goro", during the Human Rights Day concert in the General Assembly hall.

Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 83029 · Document · 1963.12.10
Part of Collections

The fifteenth anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was celebrated tonight at United Nations Headquarters by an international concert in which noted artists from many countries took part. President of the General Assembly Hall, Mr. Carlos Sosa-Rodriguez (Venezuela) delivered the commemorative address.
Instrumental music and songs of Africa were performed by a group of Africans.

Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 83054 · Document · 1963.12.10
Part of Collections

The fifteenth anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was celebrated tonight at United Nations Headquarters by an international concert in which noted artists from many countries took part. President of the General Assembly Hall, Mr. Carlos Sosa-Rodriguez (Venezuela) delivered the commemorative address.
Photographed at the piano, Mme. Guiomar Novaes, Brazilian pianist.

Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 87789 · Document · 1964.12
Part of Collections

To commemorate the Human Rigts Day this year, on the 16th anniversary of the adoption by the General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an international concert was held in the Assembly Hall at UN Headquarters. The President of the 19th session of the General Assembly , Alex Quaison-Sackey of Ghana, delivered a commemorative message. The Preamble to the Human Rights Declaration was narrated by Sir John Gielgud, British actor-director. The artists who performed were: Eileen Farrell, American dramatic soprano; Jaime Laredo, Bolivian violinist; a group of Jamaican singers, the "Frats Quintet", (Winston H. White, Sidney H. Clarke, Granville A. Lindo, Wilfred E. Warner and R. Henry Richards); and Tadeusz Zmudzinski, Polish pianist. The concert also featured "Music and Dances f India", dancers Bali Ram, Neena Gulati, Maya Kulkarni, Bihari Sharma, and Thambal Yaima and instrumentalist S. Ramanathan.
Mr. C. V. Narasimhan, Under-Secretary for General Assembly Affairs and Chef de Cabinet, far left, meets with members of the Indian troupe, who performed "Music and Dances f India".

Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 87823 · Document · 1964.12
Part of Collections

To commemorate the Human Rigts Day this year, on the 16th anniversary of the adoption by the General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an international concert was held in the Assembly Hall at UN Headquarters. The President of the 19th session of the General Assembly , Alex Quaison-Sackey of Ghana, delivered a commemorative message. The Preamble to the Human Rights Declaration was narrated by Sir John Gielgud, British actor-director. The artists who performed were: Eileen Farrell, American dramatic soprano; Jaime Laredo, Bolivian violinist; a group of Jamaican singers, the "Frats Quintet", (Winston H. White, Sidney H. Clarke, Granville A. Lindo, Wilfred E. Warner and R. Henry Richards); and Tadeusz Zmudzinski, Polish pianist. The concert also featured "Music and Dances f India", dancers Bali Ram, Neena Gulati, Maya Kulkarni, Bihari Sharma, and Thambal Yaima and instrumentalist S. Ramanathan.
Mr. Zmudzinski, the Polish pianist, who played a Chopin Programme.

Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 87843 · Document · 1964.12
Part of Collections

To commemorate the Human Rigts Day this year, on the 16th anniversary of the adoption by the General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an international concert was held in the Assembly Hall at UN Headquarters. The President of the 19th session of the General Assembly , Alex Quaison-Sackey of Ghana, delivered a commemorative message. The Preamble to the Human Rights Declaration was narrated by Sir John Gielgud, British actor-director. The artists who performed were: Eileen Farrell, American dramatic soprano; Jaime Laredo, Bolivian violinist; a group of Jamaican singers, the "Frats Quintet", (Winston H. White, Sidney H. Clarke, Granville A. Lindo, Wilfred E. Warner and R. Henry Richards); and Tadeusz Zmudzinski, Polish pianist. The concert also featured "Music and Dances f India", dancers Bali Ram, Neena Gulati, Maya Kulkarni, Bihari Sharma, and Thambal Yaima and instrumentalist S. Ramanathan.
Two members of the company of Indian artists, who performed the "Music and Dances of India".

Human Rights Day Concert
HURC-CRT UN 92348 · Document · 1965.12.10
Part of Collections

An international concert by noted artists was held in the General Assembly Hall to mark the seventeenth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. President of the General Assembly, Amintore Fanfani, delivered a Human Rights Day address,and the concert was broadcast throughout the United Sates and overseas.
View of the General Asembly Hall as President Fanfani delivered his address.

HURC-CRT UN 96918 · Document · 1966.12.10
Part of Collections

An international concert by noted artists from Canada, the Soviet Union, the Republic of Guinea and the United States marked the eighteenth anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as "a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations". The concert, which included an address delivered by the President of the General Assembly, Abdul Rahman Pazhwak of Afghanistan, took place today in the General Assembly Hall at Headquarters.
General view of the Assembly Hall during Mr. Pazhwak's address.

HURC-CRT UN 96919 · Document · 1966.12.10
Part of Collections

An international concert by noted artists from Canada, the Soviet Union, the Republic of Guinea and the United States marked the eighteenth anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as "a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations". The concert, which included an address delivered by the President of the General Assembly, Abdul Rahman Pazhwak of Afghanistan, took place today in the General Assembly Hall at Headquarters.
Seen (left to right) at a reception after the concert are actor Gregory Peck (United States), Mr. Pazwak, Secretary-General U Thant, Nikolai T. Federenko, Permanent Representative of the USSR to the UN, and pianist Emil Gilels (USSR).

HURC-CRT UN 96945 · Document · 1966.12.10
Part of Collections

An international concert by noted artists from Canada, the Soviet Union, the Republic of Guinea and the United States marked the eighteenth anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as "a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations". The concert, which included an address delivered by the President of the General Assembly, Abdul Rahman Pazhwak of Afghanistan, took place today in the General Assembly Hall at Headquarters.
Pianist Emil Gilels (USSR) during his performance.