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Our heartfelt thank you to all who joined us at our concert.  
It was a beautiful event and we are grateful for the warm reception you extended! 

Benefit Concert for Peace

"A Musical Journey for Humanity" 
Sunday, October 1, 2017
5 PM (Doors 4:30pm)
The Appel Room, Jazz at Lincoln Center's Frederick P. Rose Hall, New York
Music is magical. Music is Powerful.
Music surrounds us every day, every moment for each of us and for all of us. Music provides a shelter. Different kinds of music reflect our own diversity. Yet they are like us, as we all aspire for HARMONY.
Music sustains us. It keeps us going. Music touches us. Rhythm moves us, and the beat goes on. Music is like the air we breathe. Let us give shelter to one child, one human, one animal, one tree, and one life at a time. 
Let us connect through music. 
Micheal Dadap, Conductor
Yumi Kurosawa, Koto
Children's Orchestra Society
Farah Siraj, Vocal
Asako Tamura,Soprano 
Yeou Cheng Ma, Violin
Max Wang, Piano
Gohei Nishikawa, Piano
Paris Arin, Piano
Noah Lee, Cello
Joseph Hsia, Violin
Our Lady of Mercy Academy Select Chorus
Laura Dadap, Vocal
Doug Shimell, Emcee
Mami Hariyam, Director
Hariyama Ballet Company New York

Hope and Love for Tomorrow...

Peace Project Friends- Non-performing participantion

Travelling Dolls Exhibit by
Book Signing for "Sonatina in The Woods" by Paris Aspen Arin

A portion of the concert proceeds will benefit UNICEF's work around the world to support children in need.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to put children first. UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization by providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.  For more information on UNICEF's work, please visit

Harmony For Peace Foundation is privileged to work together with UNICEF to make this world a better place for all children. At this concert, young and experienced will perform together to echo through music our theme of hope and love for tomorrow.

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