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Music 4 Peace - Gandhi Tour TV

Oct 2nd 2014

Gandhi Tour TV celebrating Mahatma Gandhi's 145th birthday  on Oct 2nd 2014, the United Nation‘s International Day of Nonviolence, with a global live broadcast on Gandhi Tour TV, supported by Peace Day TV.

Gandhi Tour TV
Music 4 Peace Concert in Nepal

Oct 2nd 2012

Music for Peace Concert at UNESCO Heritage suite Durbar Square Lalitpur, Nepal celebrating Mahatma Gandhi's 143rd birthday on Oct 2nd 2012, the United Nation's International Day of Nonviolence, with a global live broadcast on Peace Day TV, the official broadcaster of the United Nation's International Day of Peace.

Music 4 Peace

Nepal Music Festival

22nd Sept 2012

Music 4 Peace and Nepal Music Festival have teamed up on the International Day of Peace. "We believe that in Nepal, there will be no endearing Peace without Development, and there will be no development without us who stand together for Peace. Music festival involving international and Nepalese musicians

Music 4 Pace at Sundance

The Music 4 Peace announced plans for the 2010 Tour and Initiative at Sundance Film Festival. The tour is a global Initiative created with the intent to arise social change by uniting people through the universal language of music.

Sundance 2010
"Karmically speaking, we have to guess that the Sundance Film Festival is in pretty good shape. The Dalai Lama sent a “message of peace,” which was broadcast during the Music 4 Peace Initiative press conference, an event attended by Dr. Arun Gandhi, the Def Jam founder Russell Simmons and the civil rights leader Dr. Benjamin Chavis"

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Music 4 Peace Foundation Ambassadors


Dr. Arun Gandhi Dr. Arun Gandhi born in 1934 in Durban, South Africa, is the fifth grandson of India's legendary leader, Mohandas K. "Mahatma" Gandhi. Growing up under the discriminatory apartheid laws of South Africa, he was beaten by "white" South Africans for being too black and "black" South Africans for being too white; so, Arun sought eye-for-an-eye justice. However, he learned from his parents and grandparents that justice does not mean revenge, it means transforming the opponent through love and suffering.
Kimberly Moore

Kimberly Moore is an active entrepreneur from New York City and Goodwill Ambassador to the United States, best known for using her creative energy in raising funds and awareness for a variety of industries around the world. She is the Founder of the "Adopt-A-Letter" program which granted the wishes of over 15,000 underprivileged children last Christmas and the "Keeping Harmony Alive" campaign dedicated to securing music programs in public schools located in the impoverished areas of Los Angeles. She also founded the "Echelon Society Club" (ESC) in 2005, an exclusive online community dedicated to keeping Echelon members up to date on events, groups, business and forum discussions while keeping in direct contact with other influential members and their peers.

Artie Kornfeld

Artie Kornfeld co-creator and sole promoter of Woodstock 1969, was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1942. The man who would later be deemed "The Father of Woodstock" would go on to become one of the most impactful composers, publisher, producers, managers, and promoters in the history of rock and roll. Kornfeld got his first guitar in 1956 and learned a few chords that were pretty much universal at the time. He soon found himself with a record deal and on stage with Dion and the Belmonts and The Skyliners singing backup. Kornfeld would further his music career by attending Adelphi College and American University where he met Cass Elliot of the Mamas and the Papas.