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Jean Paul Samputu, From Rwanda, Africa, is a 2003 Kora (African Grammy) award winner and a survivor of the Rwandan genocide. His music honors his country’s traditional singing, dancing and drumming and focuses on the message of forgiveness, peace and reconciliation between people and nations. (http://samputu.com)

Jackie Tice, born of mixed–blood European and Indigenous Cherokee ancestry, is a multi–award–winning songwriter and advocate for Peace. The founder of All Nations Peace, she performed her anthem of remembrance, Trail of Tears, by invitation at the 2006 United Nations International Day of Peace with a 40-voice acapella youth choir.  (http://jackietice.com)

To listen to Jackie's Trail of Tears recording from her "Second Skin" Album, click here

Charles Fambrough, a renowned jazz bassist has worked with many greats: Art Blakey, Winton and Branford Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, McCoy Tyner, Roland Kirk, Max Roach, Horace Silver and many others.

Dibyarka Chatterjee, born in Kolkata, India, is a young and promising Tabla player from the Farrukhabad Gharana. At the age of five he was initiated by his father, world-renowned Tabla maestro, Pandit Samir Chatterjee. Dibyarka performs with dance troupes, has composed music for off-Broadway productions and performed the at Lincoln Center. He is part of “Chhandayan,” an organization dedicated to advancing Indian Classical music in North America.

The Stepping Stones Native American Drum, led by Eagle Claw Victoria (Apache) honors the Indigenous people of America (Turtle Island) with traditional songs played on a large Grandfather Drum by four singers.

Sunjung Yun, a Buddhist Kyomunim(priest), graduated from the Won Institute of Graduate Studies in Philadelphia. The daughter of a professional traditional Korean musician, Sunjung graduated from the Korea National Music School in Seoul. She plays traditional songs of her country on the Hae–gum.

Janet Carafa is a Mime and movement artist, workshop leader and founder of The Yoga of Mime, a synthesis of Yoga and Mime. Janet has appeared in print ads, TV, film and corporate promotions. She has studied and been tutored by the incomparable Marcel Marceau and was a lead female company member at the American Mime Theatre, NYC. (http://www.artofmime.com)

 

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