Music and the UN both have the ability to promote international “peace of mind” and “emotional health”.
A “piano prodigy” from Jordan will use his musical talents to advocate for some of the world’s most marginalized children, particularly those caught in conflict, violence and poverty.
One of the most celebrated and revered icons of American popular music delivered a simple yet powerful message of tolerance at the United Nations this Monday.
If one person somewhere in the world still needs critical aid “then we haven’t done enough.”
That’s the passionate view of Michael Franti, a singer-songwriter from the United States who attended last month’s World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul.
Israel and Palestine cannot live “back to back” but must find a way to coexist according to the UN Messenger of Peace and classical music conductor, Daniel Barenboim.
Young indigenous people should celebrate their heritage and revitalize their native languages through making music.