Music towards humanity

Joffe, Lawrence
February 2000
Middle East;Feb2000, Issue 298, p43
Interviews Lebanese flautist, Wissam Boustany about his music and inspiration. Compassion for the victims of war; Commitment to restore bonds between humanity; Direct experience with civil conflict as a factor that influenced him to launch `Towards Humanity,' a concert at Albert Hall in London, England dedicated to fostering peace in the Middle East.


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