© 2016 WORLD HARMONY ORCHESTRA

We are proud to have collaborated with

these wonderful charities and organisations:

Alrowwad Centre in Aida refugee camp (Bethlehem)

Amnesty International UK

Core Arts (mental health charity)

The Dutch Centre

Emmaus International

Grande Synthe refugee camp and the mayor Damien Careme

The Holocaust Memorial Day

Islington Centre for Refugees and Migrants

Kent Refugee Action Network

The Museum of Immigration and Diversity

One Day Without Us

Oxford House

Le Recho

The Refugee Nation

The Royal Academy of Arts

Seethrough Theatre company

St Mary's Church (Stoke Newington)

We Make Change

The Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust and Genocide

The World Peace Garden

The Worldwide Tribe

Young Roots

and with these fantastic artists:

Composers

Arian

Wissam Boustany (and flautist)

Roxanna Panufnik

Shohreh Shakoory (and pianist)

Fraya Thomsen (and songwriter)

Soloists

Judith Charron (lyrical singer)

Carollyn Eden (lyrical singer)

Cyrill Ibrahim (pianist)

Osama Kiwan (Syrian singer)

Hamsa Mounif (Syrian singer)

Virginie Robilliard (violinist)

Paul Vialard (lyrical singer)

 

Singer songwriter

ArchiPol

Shane Beales

Mr Ekow (rapper)

Richard Rhys O'Brien

Rachel Taylor-Beales

Hannah White

Annalie Wilson

Artists

Akiko Kuikka

Jane Ray

 

Writers

Sita Brahmachari

May 5, 2017

The World Harmony Orchestra was invited by the Dutch Centre to present a programme of hope and reflection about World War II on Dutch liberation day (5 May 2017).

We had the honour of playing pieces by composers affected by humanitarian conflicts in the past and present...

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