Mark’s press release:
“The deep tone that is found at the root of trees, trees that point upwards towards the sky “
Deep Tones For Peace Now!
Is a daily streaming of live meditations for peace in the Middle East over the Internet using ustream.tv. Bass players world-wide perform at scheduled broadcast times with the intent of musically sending vibrations for peace, to be viewed online. This is open to all bassists who wish to participate in an ongoing musical transmission for peace. Any style or form of music and any level bass player can participate. The main requirements are the intent and desire to manifest peace. We truly believe this project will have an impact on the balance of life.
Deep Tones For Peace
Deep Tones for Peace is an international Internet music performance for peace in the Middle East taking place April 25, 2009. It will be performed simultaneously on the internet between twenty internationally recognized bass players located in both Jerusalem and New York and streamed world-wide.
For more information and to view the broadcast schedule, visit: www.deeptonesforpeace.org
Questions and inquires contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Coordinators: Jean-Claude Jones, William Parker, Mark Dresser, Sarah Weaver, Barre Phillips, Suzanne Thorpe, Gabriel Lanyi
Affiliate Organizations: World Association of Former United Nations Interns and Fellows, International Society for Improvised Music,
International Society of Bassists, Electronic Music Foundation, Kadima Collective, University of California San Diego
Deep Tones for Peace Performers, Composers, Improvisers: Thierry Barbe (France), Han Han Cho (Taiwan), Mark Dresser (USA), Lisle Ellis (USA), Dean Ferrell (USA/Iceland), Ken Filiano (USA), Irina-Kalina Goudeva (Bulgaria/Denmark), Henry Grimes (USA), J.C. Jones (Israel), Michael Klinghoffer (Israel), Rob Nairn (Australia), Chi Chi Nwanoku (UK), William Parker (USA), Barre Phillips (USA/France), David Phillips (USA), Bertram Turetzky (USA), Sarah Weaver (USA)
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