In an age of fear, how can we reach out in love?

Thanks to your support, Cultures in Harmony continues to promote cultural understanding through music at a time when fear-fueled nationalist movements make this message more challenging—and more necessary—to deliver.

In recent news:

  • We are pleased to welcome to our Board of Directors Dr. Benjamin Juarez Echenique. He is a renowned Mexican conductor and scholar who formerly directed Mexico’s Centro Nacional de las Artes and currently teaches at Boston University.
  • We will return to Tunisia in August for our annual collaboration with Atlas Music Academy. Dating back to our founding in 2005, our annual commitment to offering world-class music education to young Tunisian classical musicians has enabled us to forge people-to-people bonds that predate the Arab Spring and have only strengthened since. Soon we will announce a fund raising campaign specifically targeted to supporting this worthwhile initiative.
  • We built upon the success of January’s Mexico project with workshops and master classes by CiH founder William Harvey for young Mexican musicians in Milpa Alta, the most remote borough of Mexico City, from April 20 to 22. We look forward to expanding our 10-year-old collaboration with the Youth Orchestra Program of Mexico City.
  • After our successful return visit to Belize, His Excellency Sir Colville Young, the Governor-General of that country, has asked us to assist with his “Music in Schools” project. We are honored to join him in collecting musical instruments for distribution in schools throughout Belize, and will be announcing details of that collaboration shortly.
  • We will underwrite one day of the Pfumvudza Festival in Marondera, Zimbabwe, as a symbol of our commitment to that festival, which our musicians helped launch in 2015 as part of our 10th anniversary celebration.

Thank you for your continued support of Cultures in Harmony. Please make a tax-deductible contribution today!


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