AS ONE An International Peace Concert Featuring Japan's Inamori Art Project Group: Love, Peace & Unity 2020


International producers: Katsuya Abe & Voza Rivers / New Heritage Theatre Group based in Harlem, New York are producing a global virtual event screening Thursday, December 17th, 2020, 7PM Eastern Time and 4PM Pacific Time with a message of love, peace and understanding during these turbulent times of COVID-19 health & medical challenges and polarization of ethnic diversity.

 The concert is available now and will be available until the Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend January 18, 2021
 

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The INAMORI Art Project Group of Japan, was established in 2010 by Ms. Noriko Inamori a Japanese housewife with a progressive and incurable disease, (Striatonigral Degeneration, her medical condition is like Parkinson and progresses quickly). Her vision, before she died, was to develop a group of creative artists to deliver her message "I promised myself not to waste my limited time anymore. I questioned myself about what I should use my limited time for and the answer was to devote myself to building a peaceful and safe future for children of the world."

The INAMORI Art Project Group is composed of 40+ creative Japanese performing artists including musicians, dancers, taeko drummers and actors who have appeared throughout Japan, Geneva Switzerland, Georgia, Eurasia region, United Nations and in Harlem churches, cultural institutions and colleges. The Inamori Group concert will feature Japanese artists: Hirari Sato, Taeko Glory and Wagosnation; South African Vocalist Ntombikhona Dlamini (Sarafina! & The Lion King); Nyasha Mutonhori, Chaka Ngwenya and Clement Ncube / INGUQUKHO of Zimbabwe; Oyo Oro Afro-Cuban Dance Company, Santiago Cuba; Impact Repertory Theatre, Harlem, TYDRE and Justine Mills USA.

Collaborating partners are NewWorldStation.com, Harlem Arts Alliance,The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce and Community Works.

This program is presented in partnership with Community Works; and supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and Con Edison.

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