Harmony For Peace Peace Messengers
The role of Peace Messenger is bestowed upon an emerging professional musician dedicated to using music as a vehicle to bridge international and cultural relations. Harmony For Peace believes that music is a universal language and can be used to promote peace and understanding, therefore, Harmony For Peace puts full faith in its Peace Messengers to share the power of music with others and spread a message of worldwide peace and hope.
Farah is a Jordanian virtuoso vocalist named as Jordan's “Musical Ambassadress”, has a career that spans the United States, Europe and the Middle East. She has performed at some of the world's most prestigious venues, including the United Nations, Nobel Prize Hall, the World Economic Forum, the TV show Good Morning Live in the USA, MBC TV in the Middle East and the Antena de Oro Awards, Spain. Farah uses her music to raise awareness of humanitarian causes. She has composed music for and performed at events to raise awareness for the Genocide in Darfur as well as the Democratic Republic of Congo, the turbulence of gun battles in Beirut, and military conflicts in Gaza, all with one strong message of the urgent need for peace and the right to freedom for all people. She continues to use her music to promote a positive change in the world for all people.
Margaret Keys performed to an audience of 35,000 in a special International Lakeside BBC Proms concert, and was one of the artists chosen to perform for Pope Francis in a special concert for his visit to the USA in 2015. The concert was broadcast worldwide to an audience of 1.5 million. Margaret was appointed as the only Irish Ambassador for the HRH Prince Of Wales Foundation for Children and Arts.
A graduate of the Osaka College of Music in piano performance, he moved to his career base to the United States in 1999. Starting his New York debut in 2000, Nishikawa has performed at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie's Weill Recital Hall, and Steinway Hall.
In 2008, he made his return debut at Bradshaw & Buono International Music Festival in Italy. In 2009, he won the fourth prize at an international piano competition in Vancouver. Nishikawa currently holds a position at JHC Foundation Inc., the Greenwich International Conservatory of Music. He has recently published his autobiography.