Screening at Debut Theatre in Tropen Museum Amsterdam


Maisa Alhafez at Tropen museum meeting the audience after her film screening.

Maisa Alhafez and her family William Diwana and Emily Diwana meeting the very engaging audience at the Q&A of their film Ballad for Syria on the 12th of November in Tropen museum, Debut Theatre. With the hosting Art establishment Newest Art Organization, Maisa opened calls for her new choir>

Mosaic Choir is an integration project, using music as a therapy and building an appreciation for diversity by sharing different cultures, singing many languages and touring around the world with full harmony. It’s more than a choir, its a family from everywhere, all ages, all languages, all background.

Heart is our land, voice is our passport and peace is our destination. You definitely want to join!

You don’t need to: • have a perfect voice, as long as you can carry on tune • speak other languages, since all songs will be written in Latin letters in an easy way • read music sheet, we will provide you with record so you can listen and learn to sing by ear not by reading music notes

You only need to: • write a little text about yourself and register your name at: info@tomorrowisbetter.nl • attend our weekly rehearsals and be open to our cool new songs

Ballad for Syria at Tropen Museum in Amsterdam.

Photographs by Newest Art Organization.

Mais Alhafez at Debut Theather Tropen Museum Amsterdam.

Photographs by Newest Art Organization.

Photographs by Newest Art Organization.

Photographs by Newest Art Organization.

Ballad for Syria Amsterdam Screening

Photographs by Newest Art Organization.

Tropen Museum, Amsterdam.

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