Youngmi Kim & Yungwook Yoo perform “Ernesto De Curtis: Non ti scordar di me” | UN Day Concert

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Youngmi Kim (soprano) and Yungwook Yoo (piano) perform “Ernesto De Curtis: Non ti scordar di me” – featured during the 2021 United Nations Day Concert.

UN Day on 24 October will be celebrated around the world. At UN Headquarters, the 2021 UN Day Concert will be held on Thursday, 21 October 2021 from 7:00 p.m with a small audience – following social distancing protocols – in the General Assembly Hall.

The theme of this year’s concert is “Building Back Together for Peace and Prosperity” and is sponsored by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations.

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