As One, An International Peace Concert With Harlem And Japan’s Inamori Art Project Group 2020

International producers, Katsuya Abe and Voza Rivers / New Heritage Theatre Group based in Harlem, New York are producing a global virtual event screening Thursday, December 17th, 2020, at 7 PM EST.

With a message of love, peace, and understanding during these turbulent times of The COVID-19 health and medical challenges and polarization of ethnic diversity.

The INAMORI Art Project Group of Japan was established in 2010 by Noriko Inamori a Japanese housewife with a progressive and incurable disease, (Striatonigral Degeneration, her medical condition is like Parkinson’s 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, taiko drummers, and actors who have appeared throughout Japan, GenevaSwitzerland, Georgia (country), United Nations, and in Harlem churches, cultural institutions, and colleges.


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The Inamori Group concert will feature Japanese artists: Hirari Sato, Taeko Glory andWagosnation; South African Vocalist Ntombikhona Dlamini (Sarafina! & The Lion King); NyashaMutonhori, Chaka Ngwenya and Clement Ncube / INGUQUKHO of Zimbabwe; Oyo Oro Afro-CubanDance Company, Santiago Cuba; Impact Repertory Theatre Harlem, TYDRE and Justine Mills USA.

The Thursday, December 17th, 2020, music concert screening will be available on LiveOnNWS.com at 7 PM est.

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

For additional information and registration visit: LiveOnNWS.com

Photo credit (l to r): Katsuya Abe and Voza Rivers.

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