Starting shortly after 9/11, Musicians For Harmony has confirmed its 20th Anniversary planned for September 11 2021, with an online and in-person concert at Merkin Hall in Kaufman Music Center in New York City. The special event aims to ‘elevate musical voices in the service of peace, health and equity to commemorate the victims of 9/11, Covid-19 and social injustice.”
Musicians For Harmony is an organization dedicated to advancing peace and cross-cultural dialogue through music. The aftermath of 9/11 has greatly changed our nation. It is important to remember and honor those who lost tragically lost their lives. There are many memorials to pay your respects, as the 9/11 memorial and museum are both free to explore.
The two-hour concert will be one of the first in-person music events of the fall season post-Covid. Access to the online concert will be free, and the in-person show have tickets for sale.
The show will feature the music of Juilliard String Quartet, ETHEL, Musique Sans Frontières, and more. Composers include Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Ulysses Owens, Jr, James “Kimo” Williams, Robert Mirabal, Pat Irwin and John King. Learn more about the artists here.