Tens of thousands around the
world joined in "harmony for humanity" at concerts
taking place in 29 countries on five continents
around October 10, 2003 - the day Daniel Pearl would
have turned 40 years old.
Music Day Brochure (PDF)
listing for Music Day II
Daniel Pearl was a talented violinist, fiddler
and mandolin player who used his passion for music
to form friendships across cultural and verbal divides.
In every town, in every country, in which he lived
he joined a band, orchestra or chamber group.
In the spirit of Danny's love of music and commitment
to dialogue, the Foundation launched the First Annual Daniel Pearl Music Day
in 2002, which was a resounding success.
This year the number of events more than doubled,
linking individuals and organizations of all types
ranging from small bands of amateur musicians to
symphony orchestras, using the power of music to
promote tolerance and inspire respect for differences.
Plans are already in motion for the new year. With
your help Daniel Pearl Music Day 2004 will be celebrated
with nonstop global harmony for humanity.
Questions: [email protected]
Statement from Daniel Pearl's Family
Day Events in Over 30 Countries