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Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

Music as a Global Resource: - International Council for Caring ...

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SECTIONS: Music for Sustainable Community Development Music for Working with Trauma Survivors Music for Peacebuilding COUNTRIES: Multi-National: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Occupied Palestinian Territories, Rwanda, Uganda, UK PROJECT: USING MUSIC TO CONNECT COMMUNITIES, BRIDGE DIVIDES AND HEAL THE WOUNDS OF WAR: MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS Please Refer to SECTION I, PAGE 66 206

SECTION: Music for Peacebuilding COUNTRIES: International PROJECT: INTERNATIONAL TELEMATIC MUSIC CONCERTS FOR PEACE: RESONATIONS DESCRIPTION: ResoNations (meaning “to resonate nations”) is an ongoing series of international telematic music concerts and other educational events for peace that take place at the United Nations and international sites. Telematic music is live performance via the internet by musicians in different geographic locations. The programs consist of new compositions for peace, based on the metaphor of resonance, by contemporary composers from each participating country for the full telematic ensemble to perform together. ResoNations goal is to create peace by using music and technology to bring people together from different countries in a synchronous and neutral space that transcends geographic distance and boundaries. The concerts have local audiences in each location and world-wide webcast. The network technology includes high-bandwidth internet, JackTrip telematic audio software, videoconferencing hardware and software, and webcast. ResoNations was initially proposed by its coordinators in June 2009 to Arts for Peace, a program of The World Association of Former United Nations Interns and Fellows, Inc. (WAFUNIF). The goal of Arts for Peace is to establish bridges between the arts community and the work of the UN, the aims of the UN Charter and the realization of a Culture of Peace. ResoNations 2009 was presented in their Innovation Talks Symposium with sponsorship from the Permanent Mission of Romania to the UN. This was the first known telematic music concert involving a United Nations site. The participating locations were the UN Headquarters in New York, University of California San Diego, The Banff Centre, Queen‟s University Belfast, and Dongguk University in Seoul Korea with support from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). The proposal for ResoNations took place after the success of Deep Tones for Peace, an international internet music performance for peace in the Middle East that took place on April 26, 2009. Deep Tones for Peace is an international organization of bass players and composers dedicated to peace in the Middle East. The concert was performed live on the internet between internationally recognized bass players located in both Jerusalem at the Hama‟abada The Jerusalem Performing Arts Lab and in New York at the Manhattan School of Music and with participation from Cue Art Foundation. Deep Tones for Peace was coordinated with involvement from twenty organizations including Kadima Collective Recordings, International Society of Bassists, International Society for Improvised Music, Arts for Peace, Electronic Music Foundation, Danish Composer's Society's Production, Pool/Koda's Fund for Social and Cultural Purposes, Office of Cultural Affairs - Consulate General of Israel in New York, and the Jerusalem Municipality Cultural Department. The most recent ResoNations concert took place in 2010 with the participating locations the UN Headquarters in New York with support from New York University, Beijing Conservatory of Music in China with support from University of Calgary, and the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts in Seoul with support from KAIST. The crisis between North Korea and South Korea was active so the purpose of the concert was heightened. There was also a ResoNations 2010 education session for New York University music students at the UN Headquarters in New York and at the New York University Abu Dhabi Campus which opened that year. This was the first known telematic music event with an Arab country. The events were part of the Innovation Talks Symposium again presented by Arts for Peace of WAFUNIF with sponsorship from the Permanent Mission of the United Arab Emirates to the UN. 207

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