We hope to see you at the next one! TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28th PERSONAL PATHS – Stories about individual approaches to spirituality. Comedy from Reverend Maggy Whithouse, talks from Inclusive Mosque. Music – The Berakah Players, Paulina Mikojczyk and more TBC TICKETS – http://www.wegottickets.com/event/418266 SEE YOU THERE! x
Berakah Arts and Richmond Adult Community College are delighted to announce a night of music and comedy in the lovely purpose built theatre at Richmond Community College, celebrating the end of summer term for The Sing For Peace Choir, a community of people from different faiths and heritage coming together to raise their voices in support of Peace, Unity and The Common Good. The evening will be hosted by comedy and musical legend EARL OKIN who will regale us with his wit,wisdom and songs plus music from Sing for Peace and the youth band Increase The Peace, both community projects facilitated by Berakah Arts. DATE – Tuesday July 4th, 2017 ADDRESS – RACC Parkshot Richmond TW9 2RE DOORS OPEN – 6.30pm SHOW STARTS – 7pm ADMISSION – FREE (donations will be welcomed AND solicited – all proceeds go to Berakah Arts, a registered charity Registered Charity Number : 1166856 ) It promises to be a hilarious and heartwarming evening so come along and support your community. In partnership with RACC, the home of the Sing For Peace Choir. For more info about Berakah Arts – www.berakaharts.org.uk
In April 2016 we played the final concert of our tour of England with a wonderful night at West London Synagogue, the oldest synagogue affiliated with the Movement for Reform Judaism and is one of the oldest synagogues in the United Kingdom. It was a spectacular concert with a very special atmosphere and we are delighted to be invited back this year for what is more than likely to be the only significant concert by The Berakah Players ensemble in London this year. The Sing for Peace Choir and our Increase The Peace youth band perform regularly throughout the year but The Berakah Players concerts are a somewhat more rarified event so if you’ve missed us on the last tour please put this date in your diary and take advantage of the early bird ticket prices. The ERETZ Programme of West London Synagogue presents THE BERAKAH PLAYERS Law, Love, Life – a concert celebrating people coming together in trying times Sunday 4th June 2017 West London Synagogue, 34 Upper Berkeley Street, W1H 5QE Nearest Tube: Marble Arch £8 – EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE UNTIL 31 MARCH In April 2016, The Berakah Players made its... Continue reading →
The Sing for Peace Choir end the Spring term at Richmond Adult Community College with a special concert this time with guests – The Parkshot Singers! Led by Janet Oates TPS are another choir based at RACC and we’re very grateful for the support from RACC and the opportunity to sing that we have as a result of being part of the college community. As part of the community remit of the SFP Choir since last summer we’ve been singing once a month at a dinner held by the local Alzheimer’s Society for sufferers of Alzheimers and their carers. It’s a heartwarming night and the choir love being involved because it’s plain to see how the music brings smiles to the faces of all the people at the event. After our performance we help to lead the guests in a sing along of songs chosen by them. It’s a truly rewarding night for the choir members who give up their night to come and it means that Berakah is helping people at the heart of the community, using music to help make them happy.
It’s that time of year again! Come and join our Sing for Peace Choir and the Berakah Players for a concert at Richmond Adult Community Concert, to see in the season. TUESDAY 13th DECEMBER, 2016 RACC THEATRE DOORS OPEN 7pm PERFORMANCE STARTS 7.30pm ADMISSION – FREE (DONATIONS WELCOME) The Sing for Peace Choir, based at RACC, performs up lifting and positive music in this very special Christmas event. Led by Chantelle Duncan who has worked with Quincy Jones and Earth, Wind & Fire, the choir sings modern music with a positive message, bringing people together and showing the power of music.
“Journeys” – The Berakah Players in Concert. Sunday 17 April – 6.30pm at West London Synagogue Making its thrilling debut in the spectacular setting of West London Synagogue, The Berakah Players is a collective of musicians from Christian, Jewish and Muslim faith heritage, with a unique sound that fuses jazz, classical and Middle Eastern musical elements. Its music transcends barriers built by faith and culture, bringing people together in a spirit of understanding, shared values and co-existence. Join us for this unforgettable musical journey as we prepare to commemorate the journey of Passover Tickets cost £15 (10 for concessions) and can be booked online at: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/eretz
“Sing for Peace” – The Berakah Multi Faith Choir Christmas Concert. Tuesday 15 Dec 7pm to 9.30pm at Richmond Adult Community College Berakah is a music project that, through the power of music, brings people from different faiths, cultures and races together in the spirit of Peace. In partnership with the Community Partnership and RACC we are proud to present our brand new Multi Faith Choir in a very special Christmas concert. The night will feature a performance by a choir drawn from RACC students and a special intimate recital by The original Berakah Players, who’ve just performed a successful 6 date tour of England. The concert is open to all no matter what they may or may not believe. Music is a perfect way to bring people together so come along and support people from your community who are raising their voices in support of positivity and togetherness! Tickets cost £7 and can only be booked online at: http://www.racc.ac.uk/course/C01700-151601 Click on “Enrol Now” You will be asked for payment on line and your full contact details before you can proceed.
Groundbreaking UK tour from multi-faith musical collective Berakah London-based organisation The Berakah Project unites musicians from Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths. A UK tour from June 2015 celebrates 10 years of this revolutionary collaboration FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 6 May 2015, London: The Berakah Project (Berakah), the not-for-profit music organisation, has today announced its “Decade-One” UK tour, along with the first-ever performance of the Berakah Multi-Faith Youth Ensemble. The tour marks ten years of Berakah uniting people and faiths through the power of music. The tour kicks off in Central London with a concert at St. James’s Piccadilly on 4th June, and continues to Brighton, Luton, Leeds, Rotherham and Oxford. In recognition of Berakah’s valuable work in bringing unity to Britain’s communities, the tour is being funded by The Arts Council of England. With a mixture of World Music, Jazz, Blues and traditional elements drawn from Europe and the Middle East, the tour will also showcase new music, written specially for the tour to celebrate their first ten years. The London date will also feature the Berakah Multi-Faith Choir and will introduce the newly-formed Berakah Multi-Faith Youth Ensemble. The Youth Ensemble comprises musicians – vocalists, keyboard and guitar – from different... Continue reading →