IN THE NEWS

We received a grant to provide interfaith music programs in 2020:

Our project has been featured in The Chicago Tribune:

Salaam-Shalom appears on Chicago radio WBEZ "Worldview"

with host Jerome McDonnell:

 

IN CONCERT

at Chicago's Old Town School of Folk Music

Danceleading at University of Wisconsin-Parkside

“This professional ensemble of Arabic and Jewish musicians exemplifies and promotes peaceful collaboration. Perhaps more important than what the Salaam-Shalom Music Project does is the quality and spirit with which they do it.”

-David Beach, Professor Emeritus of Psychology,

University of Wisconsin-Parkside

"Music is the language of the soul;

and for two people of different nations or races to unite,

there is no better means than music."

-Hazarat Inayat Khan

Photo Credit: David Sutton Studios

Alex Koffman, Klezmer Violin

“The band was simply amazing. Giving our students the opportunity to witness such a culturally diverse group of artists is a priceless experience. Their blend of ethnicities and spiritual backgrounds, mixed with the high caliber of their talent, was truly an amazing evening.”

-Matthew Charnay, Jewish/Interfaith Life Coordinator, DePaul University, Chicago

“This professional ensemble of Arabic and Jewish musicians exemplifies and promotes peaceful collaboration. Perhaps more important than what the Salaam-Shalom Music Project does is the quality and spirit with which they do it.”

-David Beach, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Anas Odeh, Arabic Danceleader

CONTACT US

Photo Credit: David Sutton Studios

Kim Fleuchaus, Flute

(847) 675-4800 (USA)

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