A Moving Remembrance and Memoir of our Music for The Children of Za'atari
"I don’t think that it’s naïve to believe that music can create lasting change in the world." _ Rosanna Butterfield, Cellist
Rosanna Butterfield, Cello Fellow at the New World Symphony -... Read more
You, our generous donors put these instruments into young hands at Za'atari Refugee Camp
Dear Backers and Friends,
These are a few of the young and not so young people who encountered the thrill of playing a string instrument for the first time last... Read more
Our Music For Za'atari Residency at Zaatari Refugee Camp - First Report - IT WAS FANTASTIC!
Dear Friends and Backers,
Thank you so very much for your extraordinary support and your generous commitment to our MUSIC FOR ZA'ATARI residency last month for the refugee children of... Read more
We are underway!
Our quartet rehearsing at the Jersey City home of Craig and Mary Ann Mumm for our Music For the Children of Za'atari residency before our departure for Amman
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra published an article about our MUSIC FOR THE CHILDREN OF ZA'ATARI effort
We are so excited to see that the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ran an article by their staff writer Ricky O'Bannon about our Music For The Children of Za'atari... Read more
$2000 raised in the last 25 hours! Thank you backers and all who are sharing our campaign
We are so stunned to see the overwhelming response to our renewed appeal yesterday. In the last now 25 hours we have raised more than $2000 in pledges and promised... Read more
We are preparing the ground at Za'atari Camp for our Music For The Children of Syria Residency this month.
Artistic Director George Mathew preparing the ground for our partner QUESTSCOPE's staff and volunteers at one of the classrooms at the Za'atari camp, a facility created with support from the... Read more
News from Jordan!
Music For Life International Artistic Director George Mathew travelled to Za'atari refugee camp today to prepare concert logistics at camp for our performances in two weeks time. People here are... Read more