On October 22nd, Laughing Buddha Productions launched at theTibetan House in New York a CD release party for Night Wheel, a Collection of International Lullabies produced by Rex Niswander and Michael Barry 50% of the proceeds of this album will be donated to Tibet Aid’s Precious Seeds Fund which benefits orphaned, destitute and impoverished Tibetan… Continue reading Launching CD release party for night wheel
WYLN in Japan has been launched with Gala concert on December 8th 2005 at Bunkamura Orchid Concert Hall in Tokyo. Shinichiro Okuyama in his opening remarks underlined the commitment of Japan to work towards a better future for youth around the world. In front of over 2000 people present at the hall, Mr. Okuyama reflected… Continue reading WYLN in Japan has been launched with gala concert on December 8th 2005 at Bunkamura Orchid Concert hall in Tokyo
Two concerts for youth of Yaotsu, remembering Japanese diplomat – Mr. Chiune Sugihara After eight years, WYLN President Dr.Sasha Toperich, returned to Yaotsu, GIFU Prefecture, Japan. He performed two concerts for youth of Yaotsu organized by the WYLN, Town Hall and City Government. High school students discussed issues of world peace with Dr. Toperich and… Continue reading Two concerts for youth of Yaotsu, remebering Japanese diplomat – Mr Chiune Sugihara
On November 17th 2004 the WYLN held its inaugural event in New York City. At the event, young artists from China, Tibet, USA, Mali, Japan and Bosnia & Herzegovina shared the stage in a celebration of diversity and artistry. The event was distinguished by several artists performing with indigenous instruments from a broad array of… Continue reading Launching – United Nations, New York City
At Carnegie Hall, WYLN launched World premier of Sugihara “Visas for Life” play and have also presented documentary movie on Benin. Keynote speaker: H. E. Max Ahoueke, Presidential Advisor to the President of Republic of Benin Concert featured North and South American, Japanese, Israeli and African artists.
Charity Concert for Children of Fukushima On Tuesday night I had the privilege of attending a concert put on by the Embassy of Israel in Japan. It was titled “Visas for Life” and dedicated to the work and the memory of Chiune Sugihara, who wrote transit visas in Lithuania during WWII to save thousands of… Continue reading WYLN “Visas for Life” concert at KIOI Hall in Tokyo