Faiths in Tune hosts 7th Interfaith Music Festival at the British Museum 25.03.2018 – IOPHR was invited by Faiths In Tune to join in their 7th annual Interfaith Music Festival at the British Museum in London on the 25th of March 2018. The festival has previously been held twice in Berlin, and is growing […]
18 February 2017, Hannover, Germany – A concert night with various music performers from the Orient and Occident resonated from 20:00 till midnight as part of the ‘Interreligious Spiritual Dialogue Series 2017’ of the Church of Silence in Hannover, in association with IOPHR’s efforts towards socio-cultural harmony. Programme: 20.00 – Ensemble Louly, Hannover, with hymns and poetry from Rumi: 21.30 – Beate Achtner, Gießen, […]
13 January 2017, Brussels – An exhibition of the works of artist, Sharmane Behechti, was organised in association with IOPHR, in the Les Sources centre in Brussels. The event was designed to be a complete sensory experience, with the audience diving into the vibrant colours, brushstrokes and symbolism of the paintings, on a visual and […]
9 August 2016, Hannover, Germany – As part of IOPHR’s cultural series, a music concert was organised in Hannover, showcasing musical emsembles like Soveida and members of IOPHR. The music was based on ancient classical rhythms and poetry. The performers represented a diverse background and musical versatility in the genres of music. The event is […]
24 June 2016, Vienna, Austria – As part of IOPHR’s cultural series, this music concert showcased performances by the emsemble Soveida, highlighting famous works of Rumi, the poet of love. The poetry and music embodied the messages of love, peace and harmony, as a representation of a unified and diverse society.
20 February 2016, London – This music concert is part of IOPHR’s cultural series, showcasing the Pearl Emsemble from Germany and Soveida from England. The performances showcased the famous works of Rumi, the poet of love. The music embodied the principles of peace and harmony as foundations of humanity. The universal language of music was used […]
20 February 2015, London – IOPHR organised a music concert, as a part of its cultural series, with the aim of embracing multi-culturalism and bringing the community together with the universal language of art and music. The message of unity and diversity was supported by recitation of poetry and music performances. The event showcased the […]