Since 2002, More Than 13,300 Dedicated World Music Days Events In 129 Countries
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Anyone can participate by dedicating a concert or by organizing a special event. On the day of your performance, make a dedication from the stage or mention Daniel Pearl World Music Days in your printed program. This is a simple yet powerful way to show your support for tolerance, and recognition of our shared humanity.
- Musicians, Bands and Solo Artists can dedicate a song or an entire concert from existing events or specially planned events at nightclubs, cafes, or community centers.
- Orchestras can dedicate concerts or compositions.
- Youth Groups & Schools can dedicate performances in auditoriums or at campuses.
- Houses of Worship can dedicate music during regular services or specially planned services.
- DJs can dedicate live gigs and/ or radio shows.
Everyone can contribute music, lyrics, poems, dedications, stories, articles, photographs and videos based on the theme of "Harmony for Humanity" by uploading them to World Music Days eStage. eStage features an Internet Radio Station and an online gallery, which are available to listeners and viewers worldwide throughout the entire month of October.
The Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl lived a life that knew no geographical boundaries, with a spirit that knew no prejudice. A classically trained violinist and an avid mandolin and guitar player (whether it be classical, rock, bluegrass or jazz), Danny used his passion for music to form friendships across cultural divides; he connected musical groups the world over, through every community that he lived in. Since 2002, musicians around the world have dedicated more than 3,000 concerts and performances to honor Danny and the collective vision of "Harmony for Humanity." This year, we would like to invite you to participate anytime during October 1 - 31 to commemorate Danny's October 10th birthday.
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