Music for Pearl

International network of concerts commemorates the life of US journalist who was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in Pakistan.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 20, 2015 21:25
Daniel Pearl

Daniel Pearl . (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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The American Center in Jerusalem is hosting a concert Thursday night, one of over 13,000 musical events being held around the world as part of the Daniel Pearl World Music Days.

The international network of concerts in some 130 countries commemorates the life of the US journalist who was kidnapped and murdered by terrorists in Pakistan in 2002, and uses the power of music to reaffirm a commitment to tolerance and humanity.

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The show, which will also mark the official reopening of the center following extensive renovations, will feature Israeli musicians Gal de Paz, Dor Nagar and Sharon Levy and their band.

Showtime is 9 p.m. and the entrance and beer are free, with prior registration at: https://goo.gl/M19fwO.

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