Arts and Culture

The hidden arts festival at the 2020 Annual Meeting in Davos

Image: European Union Youth Orchestra conducted by Xian Zhang © Peter Adamik

Nico Daswani

Head of Arts and Culture, World Economic Forum Geneva

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