Heartbeat In Nashville: Israeli + Palestinian Youth Musicians In Concert

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Heartbeat In Nashville: Israeli + Palestinian Youth Musicians In Concert

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ISRAELI AND PALESTINIAN YOUTH MUSICIANS OF HEARTBEAT EMBARK ON US TOUR TO END VIOLENCE AND PROMOTE EQUALITY The tour comes to Nashville on March 17! *Evening Concert @ W.O. Smith Music School, 7:30pm w/ Southern Word, mini poetry slam to open the show Free and open to the public *Lunch & Learn Panel Discussion @ West End United Methodist Church, 12-1:15pm More info at: http://ustour.heartbeat.fm/ Check out the USA tour video: http://youtu.be/VAh7aypeOtM Heartbeat, the Israeli-Palestinian youth music community, bring their powerful sound and messages to the US in an effort to end violence and promote equality. The ensemble of accomplished Arab and Jewish youth artists (ages 18-24) has toured across Israel, Palestine, Germany and the US including performances and briefings at the US Congress, State Department, and some of the world’s most celebrated universities and music venues. Heartbeat's performance delivers their dynamic blend of Eastern and Arabic music, Western rock, hip hop, jazz and reggae. Throughout the concert, the musicians share personal stories of growing up amidst the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, highlighting their creative effort to build positive social change from the ground up. Heartbeat’s fourth US tour aims to amplify the voices of the silent majority of peace-seeking Palestinians, Israelis, and Americans to advance dignity and freedom for all people.

By: HEARTBEAT: Amplifying Youth Voices

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