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.
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.
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.
RWANDA YOUTH MUSIC
Since 2010, we have worked with medical and community organizations to bring music to thousands of children in Rwanda.
FROM WOMAN TO WOMAN
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.
Get to know our fantastic workshop leaders, starting with Mohamad Azmi from Dheisheh refugee camp, who writes about his experiences as a music workshop leader for our Musical Playground program in isolated villages.
On the annual Dutch remembrance day for victims of World War II, Musicians without Borders presents a program of music from peoples longing for peace, then and now.
Watch the new video about our rap workshops with deaf children.
Last Saturday, Eugene Skeef returned to Culturlann to give a workshop on creativity, as an extension of the training led by Musicians without Borders in March.
After seven years of activities for over 800 youth from north and south Mitrovica, the Mitrovica Rock School is facing closure as of July because of a lack of funds.