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    Harmonise Manchester

    Harmonise children’s performance at Manchester’s Z-Arts, June 2015

    “An uplifting and enlightening experience on a personal and professional level. A highlight of my teaching and music career” Lauren Rigby, Teacher (Wilbraham Primary, Manchester)

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    Stone Flowers London performance

    Stone Flowers ‘Ngunda’ album launch at Amnesty International HQ (London), June 2015

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    Jean Paul Samputu Ambassador

    One of the most prominent African artists on the world stage, Rwandan genocide survivor and peace campaigner, Jean Paul Samputu is our new Ambassador.

    “Music transforms lives and this is why I am honoured to be part of Music Action International.”

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    Our Work

    Music Action International design and deliver music programmes that reach individuals and communities devastated by war, armed conflict and torture.

    Through our work music becomes a means to reduce the effects of trauma, and develop connections between divided communities.

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    Harry Christophers Ambassador

    We are privileged to have the founder of internationally acclaimed The Sixteen Choir and Orchestra as our ambassador.

    “I believe in the importance of the work of Music Action International and am incredibly proud to be their Ambassador.”

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    Ivana Gavrić Ambassador

    We are delighted to have British-Bosnian pianist, Ivana Gavrić, as our Ambassador.

    “Music gave me great comfort, escape, hope and a sense of direction when I was forced to flee Sarajevo as a child. I firmly believe in the importance of the work Music Action International carry out and I am honoured to be their Ambassador.”


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Everyday People Residency: Southbank Centre

On the afternoon of Saturday 30 July, a group of 16 young refugees living in London brought joy and celebration to the Royal Festival Hall, London. Everyday People will be performing again at the Being Human Festival, at the V&A Museum of Childhood on 19 November 2016.

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