Music for Peace in Freiburg (Deutschland) 2019:

"Sound bridges - choral music meets Persia"

 

The international choir rehearses from october 3rd-5th 2019 with a public concert following on sunday otober 6th at 4pm.

Enjoy  Gregorio Allegri's "Miserere" along with poly-choral music and persian instrumental music!

Your are welcome to join in as a singer or as an instrumentalist.


Music for Peace - Music as a bridge.

"Music speaks for itself if we allow it to do so."   (Yehudi Menuhin)

There are 7000 languages in the world, however, music is the only language which transcends the limitations of the spoken word by reaching out to touch the heart and soul.

 

Inter...cultural

Contrasts unite to create meaning in a musical composition and this stimulates the ear. Instruments of varied acoustic colour combine to form a harmonious whole, culminating in chords with overtones, in orchestration, in symphony.
Another quote by the famous Yehudi Menuhin:

"Listening to other voices, to counterpoints and dissonant sounds - the rules of music mirror life itself."

 

Music for Peace  is an international private initiative, which was formed in April 2017 as a registered non-profit organization. It emerged from a series of Johann Sebastian Bach B Minor Mass concerts beginning in 1996 at the Concentration Camp Memorial in Dachau, 1999 in Ottobeuren, 2006 in Paris, 2010 in Frankfurt and between the years 2016/2017 in Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Nazareth.


Music for Peace is not aiming at political goals, neither is it bound by a rigid philosphy or world-view.

This project is about the direct, individual experience of the participants and the audience. Being inspired to open and widen one's horizon and to open oneself for the transformative power of music would indeed be a wonderful motive to take part in the Music for Peace activities.

 

You can support us by either becoming a member of the association "Musik für Frieden und Völkerversändigung e.V. (Music for Peace and Mutual Understanding) or you can actively join the orchestra or choir.
Or you can simply take part by listening and letting yourself be carried away by the beauty of the music with its inherent vision of hope.
Bienvenue! Welcome!