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HEARTBEAT unites Israeli and Palestinian youth musicians to develop critical awareness, harness music’s transformative power and become leading voices for change.  

This Spring 2016, two of Heartbeat’s most experienced youth musicians will tour the U.S. alongside Heartbeat’s Founder and Director Aaron Shneyer for a series of intimate events. Through their powerful performances and personal stories, Heartbeat musicians reflect their inspiring hope and constructively shed light upon the struggles of life amid conflict, sharing the transformative experience of co-creating music and fostering critical understanding together. Each event offers an extraordinary window into the lives of these courageous young artists, highlighting the power and success of the Heartbeat program and exploring the great peacebuilding potential through partnership development.

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public. Suggested donation at the event or in advance.

All proceeds benefit Heartbeat's integrated music and dialogue programs for Israeli and Palestinian Youth. 

Event sponsorship opportunities

Peacebuilding Visionary: $5,000  /  Peacebuilding Hero: $3,000  /  Peacebuilding Champion: $1,000  /  Peacebuilder: $500 /  
Bridge Builder: $200  /  Peace Ally: $50

RSVP below or donate beforehand at live.heartbeat.fm/uucb_donate

Co-sponsored by: UUCB, SF Based Jewish Community Relations Council, The Bohdi Foundation, Jewish Gateways, Foundation for Middle East Peace

WHEN
March 20, 2016 at 1pm - 3pm
WHERE
Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
1 Lawson Rd
Kensington, CA 94707
United States
Google map and directions

Will you come?

Heartbeat on Tour

Featured Artists

Press Quotes

“Positively empowering the next generation of Israeli and Palestinian leaders.”

The Huffington Post 

“Incorporating Middle Eastern traditional sounds with a pop punch, they hope to create music for a larger audience, singing in Hebrew, Arabic and English.”

CBS News

“Living proof that peace and harmony between Israelis and Palestinians is possible.”

Voice of America 

“Trying to turn the dissonance of violence into music of peace.”

Washington Post 

Contact

Avi Salloway l Avi@heartbeat.fm l 401-529-7505