How can you get involved?
We are currently planning our first concert of our Global Concert Series to celebrate 70 years of The Declaration of Human Rights & to create shifts around the globe for an equitable, just and compassionate world to foster peace in NYC for July 2018.
For our first concert we choose to support Women in Music, an organization that “…believes that the conversation around equality is an inclusive discussion where all voices are welcome. Our members are women at all stages in their careers — from students to seasoned industry veterans — and men who support our cause…”
If you want to participate in our initiative, become a global ambassador and create a concert in your area, volunteer at our events or support us with your expertise please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Theme Song
Rose Bartu, Austrian-raised and NYC-based singer/songwriter and electric violinist, now a dual citizen, released her video “Freedom” from her upcoming EP with footage of the first Women’s March in NYC on March 13th, 2018 – an anthem for freedom, justice and human rights for all – in time for Women’s History Month and 80 years and one day after Hitler’s Anschluss of her home country Austria. The “Freedom” video is directed by Mazi O. and features two young actors, Charlotte Ratel and Nicholas Jenkins. The independently released single garnered over 240,000 plays on Spotify since its release on August 28th, 2017, the anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech.
Building Bridges Song
The Building Bridges music video to the song was released on 2/7/2012 in time for Black History Month. It was later used by the mayor of Selma Alabama for his re-election.
On 5/12/2015 Roswitha released the Building Bridges theme song featuring singer Mark Shine worldwide on iTunes. The same year the song was also considered as the theme song for the final show of the Eurovision Songcontest hosted in Austria with the same theme of “Building Bridges”.
Freedom Around The World on FACEBOOK