Since 2005, Cultures in Harmony has conducted projects promoting cultural understanding through music in Afghanistan, Belize, Bahamas, Cameroon, China, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Germany, Mexico, Moldova, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Qatar, Tunisia, Turkey, the United States, and Zimbabwe.

Special projects

  • The Festival of the Sierra Tarahumara is the first project in which donors can participate! We held the first edition for only a local and livestream audience in 2021, and will hold the second edition—open to the public!—in November 2022. The festival supports the humanitarian work of American pianist Romayne Wheeler, who for four decades has devoted the proceeds of his piano career to the health, education, and food security of the Rarámuri people of northern Mexico.
  • Our first virtual project, Connecting Cultures through Counterpoint, is designed to create value both during and after the 2020 coronavirus pandemic by linking musicians and communities around the world through innovative online projects.
  • More information about 2016’s “What is American culture?” project, our first large-scale domestic endeavor, is available at the US page.
  • We celebrated our 10th anniversary in 2015 with a 6-country endeavor called the Passacaglia Project.

Please click on a country to learn more about our work there: