We use music to bridge divides, connect communities, and heal the wounds of war.
PALESTINE COMMUNITY MUSIC
We train young Palestinians to become music workshop leaders for children in camps and isolated villages in the West Bank.
COMMUNITY MUSIC FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH – UGANDA
We're training youth leaders to use the power of music to address the effects of HIV in young people.
MITROVICA ROCK SCHOOL
The Mitrovica Rock School restores rock music culture to the ethnically divided city of Mitrovica, Kosovo.
Music Bridge is a multi-year collaborative project to create sustainable community music programs within Northern Ireland’s divided communities.
Bringing comfort, solidarity and hope to war refugees through music.
RWANDA UMUZIKI HUB
In 2017 Musicians without Borders aims to establish the Rwanda Umuziki Hub as a center for community music training.
TANZANIA YOUTH MUSIC
We train 30 youth and community leaders to integrate community music approaches into their support work with 1000 vulnerable youth in Tanzania.
FROM WOMAN TO WOMAN (2013-2015)
From Woman to Woman uses music to support the healing process of women who were victims of war and/or domestic violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Non-profit music teacher's collective In The Pocket NYC has named us as the beneficiary of their Dedicated Concert Series in 2017!
Musicians without Borders invites applications from interested individuals and organizations about our advanced training program.
Dutch rock band, The Flamin’ Firetrucks, will give a benefit concert for Musicians without Borders on January 28 at Zaal 100 in Amsterdam.
On January 25, students from the Conservatory of Amsterdam will perform in a benefit concert in support of MwB.
The following piece was written by Lisa Convery, Music Bridge trainee, following the first training week of the 2016-2017 program.