The Palestinian Violin

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The Palestinian Violin

Michael Dabroski, a violinist, performs a benefit concert to create a violin, which will be made in Ramallah, Palestine. Suggested: $20, $10 Seniors/Students

Saturday, February 28, 2015
7:00pm-8:30pm
Common Ground, Collis Center
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Arts
Fee required.

Co-sponsored by Al-Nur Muslim Student Association and Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)

Michael Dabroski, a violinist who has recently performed a series of benefit concerts for Gaza in New England, has worked for some time with Al Kamandjati, a Palestinian organization in Ramallah that supports the education and schooling of Palestinian children by making music more accessible to them, especially those living in refugee camps and villages throughout Palestine and Lebanon. One of the people associated with Al Kamandjati (which means "The Violinists") is a young man named Shehade Shelaldeh, who has studied violin making. He is currently working on creating a violin which Michael will bring to the U.S. in March and then play in a series of concerts in the summer and fall.     The Palestinian Violin   Suggested: $20, $10 Seniors/Students

For more information, contact:
Al-Nur

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.