Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concerts - Music Students' Service League - MTAC, West LA
MSSL is a student-run group serving the West Los Angeles community through music. We are a branch of the Music Teachers' Association of California.
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Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concerts

Daniel Pearl, a Wall Street Journal reporter, was kidnapped and murdered by extremists in Pakistan in 2002.  His death sparked a global conversation about the need for building bridges between cultures. Daniel, a gifted musician and writer, is seen as a symbol of hope. His family and friends created the Daniel Pearl Foundation to inspire unity, promote harmony through humanity, and encourage empathy.

 

Daniel Pearl World Music Days is an international network of concerts that use the power of music to reaffirm our commitment to tolerance and humanity. Since 2002, over 13,900 Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concerts have been held in 140 countries.

 

Each year, MSSL organizes a Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert which is open to the public and free admission.

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