Music for a More Peaceful World
Sunday, August 4, 2019, 2:00-5:00 PM
Tenri Cultural Institute, 43A W.13th St, NYC
Admission: Free – Attendees will be asked to volunteer time or donate money to an organization that promotes peace
Registration Requested: breathingpeace.eventbrite.com
BREATHING PEACE is a concert designed to help people envision peace and find a path to compassion and tolerance through inward reflection and outward action. Music has the power to heal. It eases personal anguish in a world burdened with violence and hatred. Great New York musicians have come together, donating their time and talent to make this an afternoon to encourage contemplation of how we, both individually and as a community, can build a more peaceful world. Solo and duo performances of classical, jazz and world music. Admission is free but the audience will be asked to volunteer time or donate money to an organization that promotes peace. Recommendations will be made available.
Participating musicians (subject to change)
Douglas J. Cuomo - Guitar
Charlie Gerard - Alto Saxophone
Eva Gerard - Viola
Steve Gorn - Bansuri
Taka Kigawa - Piano
Miyama McQueen-Tokita - Koto
Thomas Piercy - Clarinet and Hichiriki
Kathleen Supove - Piano
Hikaru Tamaki - Cello
Aaron Shragg - Shakuhachi
Tomoko Sugawara - Kugo (Ancient Japanese Harp)
Nora Nohraku Suggs - Shakuhachi
John Thompson - Qin (Ancient Chinese zither)
Presented by James Nyoraku Schlefer and the Tenri Cultural Institute.
Partial list for volunteering or donating.
International Peace Institute