Affiliated Charities:

The Chronic Care Centre for Thalassemia and Diabetes, Lebanon Hamazkayin, Lebanon

The Lebanese American University, Lebanon

BLA (British Lebanese Association) Scholarship Fund, UK and Lebanon

St. John Eye Hospital in East Jerusalem

Al-Hussein Society for the Habilitation/Rehabilitation of the
Physically Challenged (AHS), Jordan

Well Being, UK

Arab Women Association, UK

British Lebanese Association, UK

British Youth Opera, UK

Chamber Domaine, UK

 

Peace and Prosperity Trust Patron HRH Duke of Gloucester

Through the universal language of music and by promoting young artists from the Middle East and the Western World, the Peace and Prosperity Trust raises awareness and funds for charitable projects in the Middle East and for its young artists.

The Trust stages concerts to provide artists with the opportunity to showcase their abilities, work with globally renowned musicians, and establish themselves on an international stage. Each of these concerts is affiliated with a charity that works towards peace and prosperity in the Middle East.

The Peace and Prosperity Trust was officially founded by  Rajai F. Khouri and  registered in 1994. It was established to help raise funds through the universal language of music and the performing arts and by promoting young artists from the Middle East and the West. The Trust raises awareness and funds for charitable projects in the Middle East and for its young artists.

Kensington Palace

In September 2014, the Trust produced, in collaboration with Barclays a concert at Kensington Palace: ‘Arabian Interlude at Kensington Palace’ in the presence of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.

 

Eastern Voices; Western Echoes (Cadogan Hall, 2012)

Eastern Voices; Western Echoes – The Story

In February 2012, the Trust produced Eastern Voices : Western Echoes, at Cadogan Hall in London. This spectacle showcased the Trust’s young artists through a musical journey from the East to the West using opera, traditional Arab music, and a new work commissioned especially for the concert.

 

In September 2009, the Trust helped The Ladies Guild of the Order of St. John in organising the “Eye to Eye” concert at the Cadogan Hall in aid of the St. John Eye Hospital in Jerusalem and introduced in the concert two of the Palestinian Young Artists that the Trust is promoting; Dima Bawab and Ramzi Shomali.

 The Holy City sung by Dima Bawab (Cadogan Hall, 2009)

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