How notes and sounds can change the world for the better.
On 23-24 July 2014 Markus Stockhausen and EMMA for Peace President Paolo Petrocelli met in Malta on occasion of the Malta Arts Festival. Their like mindedness gave birth to a series of new ideas for future peace bulding activities through music. Markus Stockhausen was invited to lead a two-day workshop on “Singing
It is through music that West met Middle-East in Italian island of Ischia: Syrian violinist Mayas Alyamani and London’s un-conducted string orchestra 12ensemble performed together in a solidarity concert. The successful event was organized by EMMA for Peace, in collaboration with UNICEF Italia and William Walton Foundation, to support Syrian children
“We need to be all one hand against all the war, as there are no winners but only losers” declares Maias Alyamani, talking about the Solidarity Concert for Syrian Children that EMMA for Peace is promoting in collaboration with UNICEF Italia and William Walton Foundation.“Feeling such a sympathy and all
EMMA for Peace is happy to announce its collaboration with New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. A team of graduate students from the Public Relations and Corporate Communication program are working closely with EMMA for Peace in constructing a unique communication plan to expand EMMA’s partnerships and
Sounds at the heart of the Mediterranean, a joint project by EMMA for Peace in collaboration with UNHCR Malta, Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants, Junior Chamber International, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Malta Youth Orchestra in support of young refugees of the Mediterranean. Musicians from the Youth Orchestra percussion
EMMA for Peace was officially launched at the 13th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Warsaw (21-23 October 2013), under the patronage of UNESCO and the auspices of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe. EMMA organised a series of concerts throughout the Summit, bringing established musicians and cultural figures
Rehearsals are ongoing for the Sounds at the Heart of the Mediterranean concert to be held on 1st February at Robert Sammut Hall in Floriana starting at 5.30pm. Take a look at the photo gallery on the UNHCR Malta website.
JCI (Junior Chamber International) is one of the biggest worldwide non-political and non-sectarian youth service organizations. In 1954, JCI activated Operation Brotherhood, a project to provide development opportunities that empower both refugees and host population. Originally, at that time, it was a project that consisted of massive international fundraising to provide food, clothing and
EMMA for Peace presents a joint project in collaboration with UNHCR Malta, Foundation for Shelter and Support to Migrants, Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Malta Youth Orchestra in support of young refugees of the Mediterranean. Read more about Sounds at the heart of the Mediterranean.