Musicians without Borders
As Musical Ambassador for Musicians without Borders, Harry Christophers would like to introduce fans and followers of The Sixteen to the work of this charity:
"Music adds semblance of sanity to a world that is full of conflict. I firmly believe in the importance and the need of the work of Musicians without Borders. I encourage you to support this wonderful charity." - Harry Christophers, Musical Ambassador, Musicians without Borders
Musicians without Borders use the power of music to reduce the stress of war and to connect people across cultural, political and religious borders for peace and positive change. So far the charity has helped change lives in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, the Middle East, Rwanda, Uganda, the Netherlands and the UK.
Song-writing with Torture Survivors is a project to create an original song cycle in partnership with Freedom from Torture, The Sidney de Haan Research Centre, Ear to the Ground and The Imperial War Museum North.
Singing without Borders is the charity's song-sharing project with refugees, asylum seekers and local people in the UK for improving health, learning English and providing a vital support network. Music Bus reaches young people in Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina and the Middle East, connecting with children globally via the internet and providing training in non-violent communication. Mitrovica Rock School is Musicians without Borders' revolutionary project encouraging positive change in young people in the divided city of Mitrovica, Kosovo.
To support the work of Musicians without Borders or to find out how you can get involved visit the website or call 07752 505269.
Registered charity in England and Wales no 1136295