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The Gandhi Tour is a global music festival created with the intent to arise social change by uniting people through the Universal language of music.
This global music event creates a platform for cultural dialogue relating to all cultures and religions inspired by the life of Mahatma Gandhi with the support of Dr. Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson. The Gandhi tour will spread his Grandfathers prolific message of non-violence and multicultural understanding around the world threading the message of Gandhi through out each event.
In addition to providing humanitarian support by forming partnerships with charitable organizations. The Gandhi Tour combines the power of music, art and media to call for Peace with featured local artists and well known International stars around the globe.
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Music 4 Peace started to attend international attention by supporting events as the United Nation's "No Excuse Concert" in New York in 2004, relating to the Millennium Development Goals, supporting the world-beat group 1001 WAYS attending Asia's largest World Performing Arts Festival in Pakistan and celebrating Gandhi’s 100 years of Non-violence with Dr. Arun Gandhi, the grandson of the late Mahatma, at the Earthdance California 2006, as well as the presentation of 30 Days of Peace and The Gandhi Tour at the world’s largest music industry fair MIDEM 2007 Cannes / France.
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Visit Gandhi Tour / Be the Change Tobias Huber has launched The Gandhi Tour with special guest Dr. Arun Gandhi (the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi) and the multimedia live act 1001 Ways at the 10th Earthdance Festival in California 2006, celebrating Gandhi's 100 Years of Non-violence Movement. Networking with peace related music events and cultural peace organizations globally, Music 4 Peace presented the 30 Days of Peace together with Dancing City Entertainment at the world s largest music industry fair, at the MIDEM 2007 Cannes/France. Tobias is as well a Producer as a Musician of the World Fusion Band 1001 Ways, who performed for the United Nation's "No Excuse Concert" in New York 2004. 1001 Ways attended Asia's largest "World performing Arts Festival" Pakistan 2003 and 2004 and a lot of other International Festivals around the globe. Born in a prestigious Swiss Musician Family (son of Klaus Huber, avant-garde composer) his teachers were Volker Biesenbender (Master-student of Sir Yehudi Menuhin), Mustapha Tettey Addy, Ali Akbar Khan, Zakir Hussein, the Bauls of Bengal and many others. Tobias Huber achieved several International Awards: Int. Music Festival Sanden Netherlands 1990, Int. Music Festival in Vevey Switzerland 1995, Indie-Tunes Song Contest Finalist 2006, top 40 US / Peace Song-writing Award 2006. Since his early years Tobias was inspired of Gandhi's Non-violence actions and worked with cultural peace projects since the 80's. "It's now more important then ever to unite for Peace!"
The Gandhi Tour is a global music festival created with the intent to arise social change by uniting people through the Universal language of music. This global music event creates a platform for cultural dialogue relating to all cultures and religions inspired by the life of Mahatma Gandhi with the support of Dr. Arun Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's grandson. The Gandhi tour will spread his Grandfathers prolific message of non-violence and multicultural understanding around the world threading the message of Gandhi through out each event. In addition to providing humanitarian support by forming partnerships with charitable organizations. The Gandhi tour combines the power of music, art and media to call for Peace with featured local artists and well known International stars around the globe. www.gandhitour.com Gandhi www.1001ways.ch Buy at iTunes Music Store Buy at Amazon Buy at eMusic Buy at Rhapsody Buy at Napster Stream from Rhapsody Bookmark

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GANDHI TOUR and World March For Peace are celebrating Mahatma Gandhi's 140 Birhtday on Oktober 2nd 2009

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Gandhi Tour and World March For Peace and Noviolence are celebrating Mahatma Gandhi's 140 Birhtday on Oktober 2nd 2009

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At 7:54am on July 26, 2008, Mandy XIA said…
Hi, Tobias Hurb! It was so nice getting know you :-)
At 7:48pm on July 25, 2008, Clayborne Carson said…
Hi Tobias Huber,
Welcome to the community. Thanks for the information about your activities. Please keep me informed.
Clay Carson
 
 
 

Notes

How to Learn Nonviolent Resistance As King Did

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Two Types of Demands?

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Why gender matters for building peace

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Gene Sharp & the History of Nonviolent Action

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