Opportunity to help and share "Hope and Love for Tomorrow" at our Peace Concert in St. Louis II



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End Date


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Time Commitment

A few hours per week


One-time only


Touhill Center, UMSL and other locations nearby during the project
St. Louis
United States


We are looking for helpers, volunteers and anyone who could be at our rehearsals, and concert both at back stage and front of the house to help run the show! Ushers, ticket takers, Information Desks, performers help and so on. People with experience with music performing such as orchestra help, chorus group involvement, art projects, children and students program coordination, theatre and drama group etc. are most helpful.

Also, there are some support for performers before the day of the concert such as delivery of instruments, just one time.

We are also looking for volunteers to delivery flyers and posters around the city.

About our organization, concert and campaigns of "CONNECT" and "Butterfly Art Project"

Harmony For Peace Foundation will present its “Peace Concert in St. Louis II: Hope and Love for Tomorrow,” on Sunday, April 29th, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at the Touhill Performing Arts Center in St. Louis.  The organization hopes for support in taking this event to the next level and attracting even more young people from the community to join in this truly inspiring event. All children and students up to high school level will receive free admission. Our emcee is Tim Ezell (The Thread, Fox 2 Now) and local

The mission of the organization is to promote peace and friendship across national and cultural borders through music. This special collaborative effort combines world artists and St. Louis metropolitan-area youth orchestras and choirs in a harmonious call for nonviolence. Harmony for Peace will invite leading artists to join together with young musicians on the stage to share their musical and cultural expressions and to promote the message of “Play Together for Peace – Unity Though Music”.

This year’s featured performers will be a leading international Japanese koto player Yumi Kurosawa (Japan), world renowned guitar performer Michael Dadap (Philippines), and Paris Aspen Arin, Harmony For Peace Jr. Peace & Music Ambassador who is not only a very talented concert pianist but a children’s book author at the age of 13. They will be joined by Royce Martin, St. Louis’s own young piano prodigy, who is the first LIAM AWARD winner. This year’s winner will also be presented at the concert. In addition, an exciting news for the people of St. Louis is Erin Bode, jazz vocalist and Dr. Stella Markou, soprano of University of Missouri Opera Theatre are also joining in this peace message through music, an inspiring concert to high-light the line up with local favorites.

Harmony For Peace’s theme, “Harness the Power of the Music to End Conflict and Violence,” calls for global respect and understanding to envision a safer and more peaceful world for our children and for future generations. With all who are taking part in the concert, HFP is continuing with its new campaign of “CONNECT” to include all with a strong bond of love and hope for tomorrow.  More at www.harmonyforpeace.org


  • Stipend Provided
  • Training Provided


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How To Apply


Please either email us or use the online to apply for this position. Stipend is to cover the gas for a car or for travelling cost and meal.