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avatar for Sharon Katz (Sudáfrica)

Sharon Katz (Sudáfrica)

The Peace Train, LLC
MT-BC, Artista Internacional
Después de obtener una formación profesional y una maestría en Musicoterapia en los EE. UU., Sharon estaba lista para regresar a su hogar en Sudáfrica y usar sus habilidades como guitarrista, cantante, líder de banda, compositora, productora y musicoterapeuta. Tan pronto como Nelson Mandela fue liberado de sus 27 años de prisión por el gobierno del Apartheid, ella se puso a trabajar para ayudar a su país a sanar de las heridas del Apartheid. Junto con su compañera de canto zulú, Nonhlanhla Wanda, formaron el primer coro juvenil multirracial y multicultural de 500 voces de Sudáfrica en 1992, viajando a todas las comunidades aún separadas para ensayar y comenzar a generar confianza a través de las barreras impuestas por el apartheid. A medida que se acercaba la fecha de las elecciones y se intensificaban las batallas étnicas, contrataron un tren, El Tren de la Paz, y recorrieron el país con su banda y coro. Al vivir juntos en compartimentos de razas mixtas y actuar juntos en cada parada a lo largo de su ruta, se convirtieron en un cartel en movimiento para el mensaje de Mandela de coexistencia pacífica y la transición a una democracia no racial. Desde el viaje original de The Peace Train, Sharon ha seguido difundiendo un mensaje de paz, justicia social y reconciliación en todo el mundo a través de actuaciones, seminarios, talleres, residencias y colaboraciones culturales. Los puntos destacados incluyen la Serie de Música del Mundo del Carnegie Hall y el Teatro Público Joseph Papp en Nueva York; The Getty en Los Ángeles; Festival Folclórico de Filadelfia y Museo de Arte de Filadelfia; Smithsonian Institution en Washington, DC: Pete Seeger's Clearwater Revival Festival en el río Hudson; Festival de Jazz de Berks en Pennsylvania; Festival de Jazz de Panamá; Festival de Jazz y Blues de Tijuana; las Naciones Unidas; universidades en muchos países; y actuaciones colaborativas con orquestas, coros y grupos de danza de todo el mundo.After getting professional training and a Master’s degree in Music Therapy in the USA, Sharon was ready to return home to South Africa and use her skills as a guitarist, singer, bandleader, composer, producer, and music therapist. As soon as Nelson Mandela was released from his 27 years of imprisonment by the Apartheid government, she went to work trying to help her country heal from the wounds of Apartheid. Together with her Zulu singing partner, Nonhlanhla Wanda, they formed South Africa’s first, 500-voice multiracial and multicultural youth choir in 1992, traveling out to all the still-separated communities to rehearse and start building trust across the Apartheid-imposed barriers. As the election date came closer and the ethnic battles intensified, they hired a train, The Peace Train, and toured the country with their band and choir. Living together in mixed-race compartments and performing together at each stop along their route, they became a moving billboard for Mandela’s message of peaceful coexistence and the transition to a nonracial democracy. Since the original ride of The Peace Train, Sharon has continued spreading a message of peace, social justice, and reconciliation around the world through performances, seminars, workshops, residencies, and cultural collaborations. Highlights include Carnegie Hall’s World Music Series and the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York; The Getty in Los Angeles; Philadelphia Folk Festival and Philadelphia Museum of Art; Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC: Pete Seeger’s Clearwater Revival Festival on the Hudson River; Berks Jazz Festival in Pennsylvania; Panama Jazz Festival; Tijuana Jazz & Blues Festival; the United Nations; universities in many countries; and collaborative performances with orchestras, choirs and dance groups worldwide.

After gaining professional training and a master's degree in Music Therapy in the US, Sharon was ready to return home to South Africa and use her skills as a guitarist, singer, bandleader, songwriter, producer, and music therapist. As soon as Nelson Mandela was released from his 27 years in prison by the Apartheid government, she went to work helping her country heal from the wounds of Apartheid. She along with her Zulu singing partner, Nonhlanhla Wanda, formed South Africa's first 500-voice multiracial and multicultural youth choir in 1992, traveling to all still-separated communities to rehearse and begin building trust across barriers. imposed by apartheid. As the election date approached and the ethnic battles intensified, they hired a train, El Tren de la Paz, and toured the country with their band and choir. Living together in mixed-race compartments and performing together at every stop along their route, they became a moving poster for Mandela's message of peaceful coexistence and the transition to a non-racial democracy. Since the original journey of The Peace Train, Sharon has continued to spread a message of peace, social justice and reconciliation around the world through performances, seminars, workshops, residencies and cultural collaborations. Highlights include the Carnegie Hall World Music Series and the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York; The Getty in Los Angeles; Philadelphia Folk Festival and Philadelphia Museum of Art; Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC: Pete Seeger's Clearwater Revival Festival on the Hudson River; Berks Jazz Festival in Pennsylvania; Panama Jazz Festival; Tijuana Jazz and Blues Festival; The United Nations; universities in many countries; and collaborative performances with orchestras, choirs and dance groups from around the world.After getting professional training and a Master's degree in Music Therapy in the USA, Sharon was ready to return home to South Africa and use her skills as a guitarist, singer, bandleader, composer, producer, and music therapist. As soon as Nelson Mandela was released from his 27 years of imprisonment by the Apartheid government, she went to work trying to help her country heal from the wounds of Apartheid. Together with her Zulu singing partner, Nonhlanhla Wanda, they formed South Africa’s first, 500-voice multiracial and multicultural youth choir in 1992, traveling out to all the still-separated communities to rehearse and start building trust across the Apartheid-imposed barriers. As the election date came closer and the ethnic battles intensified, they hired a train, The Peace Train, and toured the country with their band and choir. Living together in mixed-race compartments and performing together at each stop along their route, they became a moving billboard for Mandela’s message of peaceful coexistence and the transition to a nonracial democracy. Since the original ride of The Peace Train, Sharon has continued spreading a message of peace, social justice, and reconciliation around the world through performances, seminars, workshops, residencies, and cultural collaborations. Highlights include Carnegie Hall’s World Music Series and the Joseph Papp Public Theater in New York; The Getty in Los Angeles; Philadelphia Folk Festival and Philadelphia Museum of Art; Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC: Pete Seeger’s Clearwater Revival Festival on the Hudson River; Berks Jazz Festival in Pennsylvania; Panama Jazz Festival; Tijuana Jazz & Blues Festival; the United Nations; universities in many countries; and collaborative performances with orchestras, choirs and dance groups worldwide.
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