This is our first session and you can expect them on our page from now on.
We’re proud to bring together musicians from different countries, diverse backgrounds. They never met each other, yet they created this wonderful music interpretation and that shows how powerful music is in bringing people together.
These are important times;
We feel we are all on a crossroads in terms of multiculturalism and acceptance.
Peace is at stake wherever we go.
There are threats to the peace in forms of emerging waves of racism, strong nationalism, fascism, and more.
We strongly believe there are more communities in this world who disagree with those ideologies, than the ones who support them.
Without any doubt, we want to contribute to multiculturalism, integration, diversity, tolerance, understanding, and love.
We’re constantly finding new ways to do so, and as a result we are growing. Come and grow with us in this pursuit of peace.
Come and grow with us in this pursuit of peace.
This time we take #MUSIC as art, as tool to achieve #PEACE
and celebrate #humanity in all its richness and #diversity.
We’re doing it through written words on our outsidemagazine.ie and now we’re adding music #art to it.
Big thanks to all musicians involved!
In this session we welcome:
Felip Carbonell – Ireland
Semir Solo – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Eddie Lee – Ireland
Berislav Beus – Germany
The song: Ai, Mu Mare by Felip Carbonell
Sound: Emanuele Viali
Video editing/production: Vedran Ivandic
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Outside Music Show Creator
Vedran Ivandic is a videographer, drummer, photographer and Outside Magazine co-founder, living in the West of Ireland. His videos depict Irish landscape, while many of them shed light on important social issues and crisis, such as video he produced raising awareness on suicide rates that are rising.