Music 4 Peace 3/24 -3/31/07

The Music for Peace Project 2007 global network of concerts for peace
March 30 – April 1, 2007
See  for more details

A Music for Peace Project Concert
at The Huntington Historical Society’s
Conklin Barn
2 High Street
Huntington, NY 11743

YOUR MIDWAY HOST (from Philadelphia)

The fourth annual Music for Peace Project at Stony Brook is quickly approaching, March 24 through 29, 2007!  All events are FREE and open to the public (with the exception of the Wang Center’s Gamelan Dance Drama, for which tickets are required).  Hope to see you there!

Saturday, March 24
11 am
Concert: Meditations for Peace, Wang Center Chapel
12 pm Community Arts and Activism Panel, featuring keynote speaker Sangeeta Iswaran from the Angkor Photo Festival Project, Wang Center Lecture Hall 1
8 pm Kali Yuga: Gamelan Sekar Jaya Dance Drama, Wang Center Theatre

Sunday, March 25
3 pm
Concert: Baroque Sundays at 3, Staller Center Recital Hall
7 pm The Karma of War: A screening of contemporary video art, presented by Carla Macchiavello, Wang Center Skylight Lobby
9 pm Open Mic/Open Jam for Peace, Tabler Arts Center Café

Monday, March 26
5 pm Concert/Talk: Safaafir, traditional Iraqi ensemble, Wang Center Theatre
8 pm Concert/Art: Jazz with Ray Anderson and Martín Loyato, Video Art with Pedro Sousa and Raed Atoui, Tabler Arts Center

Tuesday, March 27
4 pm
Screening of Lee Hirsch’s award-winning documentary Amandla!  A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony, Wang Center Lecture Hall 1
8 pm Concert: The Musicians’ Alliance for Peace, featuring cellist Colin Carr, Staller Center Recital Hall

Wednesday, March 28
1 pm Panel on the Iraq War, featuring Michael Schwartz, Eduardo Mendieta, and Brady Heiner, Wang Center Theatre
5:30 pm Speaker: Stanley Ronell, “Surviving the Holocaust,” with performance of Messaien’s Quatour Pour la fin du Temps, SAC Ballroom A
8 pm Concert: Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, Staller Recital Hall

Thursday, March 29, 2007
12 pm Concert: Stolen Shack and Silken Rags, Location TBA
4 pm Sacred Spaces: Women, Art and Islam, Wang Center Chapel
6:30 pm Concert/Talk: Ricardo Gallo and Sativasur, with a talk by Eduardo Mendieta, “Colombia: Global Civil War,” Union Ballroom
8 pm Concert: Folkore Urbano, Pablo Mayor’s 12-piece Colombian Fusion Ensemble, Union Ballroom

The Music for Peace Project is co-sponsored by the Musicians’ Alliance for Peace, the Charles B. Wang Center, the Undergraduate Student Government, the Graduate Student Organization, the Graduate School, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of Diversity and Affirmative Action, the Undergraduate College of Global Studies, NYPIRG, Social Justice Alliance, and the Music Department.

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