Music in the Key of Peace Update

Dear Friends,

I can’t begin to express how thankful I am for the support that the Boulder Jewish community showed at the first two screenings of my new Israel-Palestine dialogue documentary, Music in the Key of Peace, the first of many projects to come from my new organization of the same name.

I am writing to let you all know that I have been invited to attend a conference at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin on using the arts for cultural dialogue. This is an awesome opportunity to network with other practitioners in the field and take part in seminars addressing the subject. The connections I will make at this conference and the speakers I will get to hear will greatly influence and support the growth of Music in the Key of Peace.

This conference takes place next month, February 17-20. I am very excited to be going, but once again need to ask you, the supporters and friends of Music in the Key of Peace, to help me make it there. While I have been raising money from this tour of the documentary, I was hoping to put most of it towards professional editing for the next cuts of the film as well as a few administrative costs (building a website primarily) and, most importantly, supporting the organizations in the film. While I am trying to be as conservative as possible with the money for this conference, I am hoping to raise $1500 to stay on the safe side.

This is a call for your help. I know that this conference will be extremely beneficial to the growth of Music in the Key of Peace and my own work as a peacemaker. You can donate two different ways:
1) By paypal:
2) By cash or check, made out to Pardes Levavot, with Music in the Key of Peace on the memo line, sent to 1612 Holeman Dr. Erie, CO 80516

If you choose to donate by paypal, please send me an email stating that you did so and for how much so that Pardes Levavot can set it aside for this fund.

Thank you always for your support,

Amitai Gross
Director – Music in the Key of Peace

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About Amitai Gross

Amitai Gross is the founder and Director of Music in the Key of Peace, an organization focused on documenting and supporting organizations in Israel that use music as a tool to build peaceful dialog between Jews and Arabs in Israel and Palestine. In June, he will be graduating from Bennington College with a degree in Music and Conflict Resolution.

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One comment

  1. now blog about Berlin so we can all live vicariously through you. 🙂 thanks.