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Dedications S-Z

The dedication pages are listed alphabetically by participant


Safford Elementary School Orchestra, Manzo Elementary School, Safford Elementary School Orchestra, Manzo Elementary School, Safford Engineering/Technology Magnet Middle School Orchestras, Elementary School Orchestra, Grijalva Elementary School Orchestra - Tuscon, AZ
As a journalist, Daniel Pearl traveled to distant countries with a vision.  He wanted to show the rest of the world what one person could accomplish in the war-torn country of Afghanistan; his mission, to report the truth about how children and families are affected by war and hate.  Daniel Pearl was a violinist.  He was so dedicated to the world of music that he remained a violinist until his death while helping families in Afghanistan tell their stories of horror about life after 9/11. We dedicate this week of violin lessons and rehearsals in five schools, this "String of Pearls," to the memory of Mr. Daniel Pearl, an accomplished violinist and journalist who perished while living his dream.  Thank you for your inspiration, talent and courage, Mr. Pearl.


Saint Dominic's Trio - St. Paul, MN
We'll be playing our favorite song from The Ottoman Empire, titled "This Is It". There will be no fiddle player visible on the stage, but we hope that Mr Pearl will be there in spirit,
playing along with us.


Santa Fe Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra - Santa Fe, NM
This performance is part of Daniel Pearl Music Day, an annual event now taking place around the world in which thousands of musicians unite in a stand for tolerance and humanity.


Sitar Virtuoso Nishat Khan - Los Angeles, CA
Nishat Khan is proud to be a part of Daniel Pearl Music Day - a global network of concerts celebrating the October 10th birthday of journalist and musician Daniel Pearl who was killed in Pakistan while working on a story for his newspaper.  Daniel Pearl traveled the world and used his violin to make friends in many countries.  As part of his global birthday celebration, we join thousands of people in hundreds of concerts and dozens of countries, ringing the world with music as a reminder that no matter our race, religion, nationality, age, size or ability, we are all one family. We join in Harmony for Humanity, spreading peace across the world through the joys of music and culture.


Soul Fry, Karaoke Night dedicated to Danny's memory, a restaurant where Danny performed. Government restrictions have banned live music. - Mumbai, India
Danny Pearl was a friend and music colleague. He performed at Soul Fry on several occassions and we truly miss his presence. We have been commenorating our loss every year for the last four years with a jazz concert in his honor. This year, due to government restrictions, we cannot have  alive band perform. Tonight's Karaoke night is dedicated to Danny's memory and is dedicated to world peace. "Danny Boy" is the anthem for every event that we have dedicated to Danny and it will be the same this year, when everyone of Danny's friends present will sing in unison.


SouthWest Nomadic Group - San Diego, CA
This performance is part of a larger coalition of musicians and artists supporting the cause of the Daniel Pearl Foundation. This week we are all dedicating our performances to
tolerance, justice and world peace.


SUNY at Cortland, Seth Kibel: The Alexandria Kleztet - Poughkeepsie, NY
We offer this concert in the memory of Daniel Pearl so that we may join with people around the world in dedicating this music to peace: shalom.


Temple Shearith Israel - Shabbot Evening Service - New York City, NY
Our Hakafot Songs that celebrate our Torah are dedicated to the memory of Daniel Pearl; a talented musician who used the power of music to communicate friendship across verbal and cultural divides. His murder by terrorists will not be forgotten, and his memory will forever by blessed.


The Animators, Amber Rubarth, David Peters, Devon Copley, Alex Wong, - Syracuse, NY
This performance is being dedicated in memory of Daniel Pearl and others who have given generously to positively affect music today.


The Far Corners - San Francisco, CA
The Far Corners join people around the world in a tribute to all the visionary men and women who use the power of music to lift the unity of mankind above the differences that set us apart. Through our music today, we reaffirm our conviction that humanity will triumph and harmony will prevail.  This performance is part of Daniel Pearl Music Days, an annual global concert celebrating the ideals of tolerance, friendship and shared humanity. Daniel Pearl Music Day was inspired by the life and work of journalist and musician Daniel Pearl, who would have turned 42 on October 10th.


The Lost Agency Ramblers; Golo Volo - Dept. of State, Washington, DC
Every Friday at noon, part-time musicians and hobbyists in State Department Annex 44 in Washington, DC gather to play, learn and have fun making music. For the past three years, we have joined with musicians around the world and dedicated our weekly "Jam" to the memory and music of Daniel Pearl, the American journalist who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistanin February 2002.


The NRG Band w/ Nicole Hart - White Plains, NY
Danny Pearl, the Wall Street Journal reporter who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan was an avid musician and played fiddle & mandolin. On October 10th, 2006 Danny would have turned 43 years old.  Brought together by music events across all continents, thousands will resist hatred and celebrate our common humanity from October 6 - 15, 2006.  In conjunction with the Fifth Annual Daniel Pearl Music Day, THE NRG BAND with NICOLE HART dedicates our performance this Friday night, October 13th, to Daniel Pearl.  For more information, visit www.danielpearl.org.


The Willie August Project jazz trio - Minneapolis, MN
This performance is dedicated to the memory of Daniel Pearl, to the cause of international peace, and to the Daniel Pearl Foundation, in honor of Daniel Pearl's lifelong commitment to promoting peace through cultural understanding.


Thomas Youngblood/Kamelot - Ft Lauderdale, FL
Thanks for including Kamelot in the "Daniel Pearl World Music Days", the spirit and hope that this foundation represents is right in line with the values and message we try to convey with our music and lyrics. I recieved the movie about Daniel's experience in Pakistan from Netflix on the exact same day that you sent the email for Kamelot's participation, quite an amazing coincidence. We will do our best to spread the word and reveal more about the foundation.


Various Groups of the Community Music School of Springfield - Springfield, MA
This performance is part of Daniel Pearl Music Days, an annual global concert celebrating the ideals of tolerance, friendship and shared humanity. Daniel Pearl Music Day was inspired by the life and work of journalist and musician Daniel Pearl, who would have turned 43 on October 10.  Temple Beth El, The Community Music School of Springfield, and Western New England College join people around the world in a tribute to all the visionary men and women who use the power of music to lift the unity of mankind above the differences that set us apart.  Through today’s concert, we reaffirm our conviction that humanity will triumph and harmony will prevail.


Webster University Choral Society, Concert Choir, and Chorale - Webster Groves, MO
Today's concert promotes Harmony for Humanity. We hope that Walt Whitman's words, as set by some of the 20th century's finest choral composers, will serve to diminish hatred and advance tolerance and understanding among the world's peoples. This concert is participating in the 5th anniversary of the Daniel Pearl World Music Days, October 6-15, 2006


Zoe Lewis - Provincetown, MA
I have written a song called CARRYING A TUNE ispired by Daniel and the healing powers of music. It's abot how music can bring people together, break down walls, travel like the gypsies and bring many different peoples together.
 

 

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