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Playing For Change Peace Thru Music EP053

Playing for Change

There are films that leave you hanging or make you quietly introspective, but Playing For Change: Peace Through Music is a film that lingers in your musical soul. An NYC World Premiere, each song has over 35 musicians around the world – who have never met– playing in their own environment. Co-directors Mark Johnson and Jonathan Walls put it, “It’s a way to start focusing on our connections instead of our difference.”

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