Music 4 Peace main goal is to create cultural peace communication projects in the field of music and media. Specialized on Documentary’s, CD’s, Compilations, DVD’s, Events, Cultural Peace Network...
Music 4 Peace started to attend international attention by supporting events as the United Nation's "No Excuse Concert" in New York in 2004, relating to the Millennium Development Goals, supporting the world-beat group 1001 WAYS attending Asia's largest World Performing Arts Festival in Pakistan and celebrating Gandhi’s 100 years of Non-violence with Dr. Arun Gandhi, the grandson of the late Mahatma, at the Earthdance California 2006, as well as the presentation of 30 Days of Peace and The Gandhi Tour at the world’s largest music industry fair MIDEM 2007 Cannes / France.
Dear Music 4 Peace,
It is a great pleasure for me, to extend to you my warmest official invitation to attend the First World Peace Poetry Festival Kenya, which will be held from the 19th to the 20th of September 2009 in Nairobi, Kenya at Hope Baptist Church auditorium.
I'm very happy to be with you and I want you to share it with all of us. The presence of each one of us is irreplaceable since nobody can substitute who and what we are individually, and in a group, we shall make poetry shine with the light that comes from within our spirit.
I welcome you to share the words that come from the intimacy of our souls, to look into each others eyes, to confirm our faith in peace and humanity defending it with the ink from our pen and to renew our unconditional vows for life. Open mic that will enrich us will be presented and so with our poetry, besides dancing and singing by the Voices Of Hope Choir.
We will be in touch with you until we can all reunite forming a single heart that beats for the love in our Universe.God bless you BIG!
Walter Keyombe. Tel: 0710442872
UNITED MINDS FOR PEACE SOCIETY
"Why should there be hunger and deprivation in any land, in any city, at any table, when man has the resources and the scientific know-how to provide all mankind with the basic necessities of life?" ~Martin Luther King, Jr.