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Jazz for Peace Live in Pakistan Empowerment Grant Presentation
Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace™ topped off their amazing year with a concert on December 29, 2015 in Lahore, Pakistan.

The event was held to mark the 13th anniversary of their historic concert at the United Nations and to raise funds, publicity and awareness for New Life Ministries of Pakistan.

New Life Ministries is a non-governmental,non-political,non-profitable and non-denominational ministries working for the uplift of the poorest of the poor community of our society. Proceeds from this event will be used to improve literacy of children in the Christian ghettos of Lahore.

Jazz for Peace founder Rick DellaRatta is one of the finest Singer/Pianists performing today and one of only a handful of Jazz Artists who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without having to abandon the true art form of Jazz. His recent Africa/ India tour won the Hark Award for outstanding Documentary Project and was included on The Foundation Center’s list of top musician philanthropists with Bono, Elton John, Peter Gabriel, and Sting.

Rick and his group JAZZ FOR PEACE have been quoted in numerous publications ranging from USA’s to Africa’s The New Ghanian as “one of the most significant cultural events of our time!”

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