On October 17, 2017, classical guitarist and composer, Tye Austin, was invited to perform for over three-hundred world leaders and delegates at The United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan, NY. In addition to Tye’s performance of Spanish Romance (anonymous) and Fernando Sor’s Etude No. 5 in the main conference hall, Tye also performed his arrangement of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah next to a portion of the Berlin Wall in the United Nations Rose Garden. You can watch both performances here or on his YouTube channel. These videos were filmed by the UN audio/visual crew, and edited by Tye Austin.