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any of the UHE courses with Brian or the Waraku concert.

What did people coming from abroad to join the 2008
Global Harmony WFC gWarakuh have to say about their experience?

See below what could be possible for you by joining this
life changing and memorable journey of song, culture
global community & global family..

–Julie Walton@ƒWƒ…ƒŠ[EƒEƒHƒ‹ƒgƒ“

Going to Japan in 2008 to sing in Osaka was a life-changing experience for me. It was so much more than I ever expected. I was nurtured & supported the entire time & the Japanese singers were an absolute delight to be with. We felt connected in no time at all.

Aside from the music the whole Japanese experience was totally awesome. I highly recommend this opportunity to anyone interested in travel, singing and culture. 


–Peter Lamb@ƒs[ƒ^[Eƒ‰ƒ€

I had a fabulous time at last years concert. So much so that I plan to be there again this year.IIt was wonderful to meet • sing with the Japanese crew. For me it was a magical both personal and cultural experience|the memories of which I treasure. 


–Yvonne Corstorphin@ƒCƒ{ƒ“ƒkEƒR[ƒXƒg[ƒtƒBƒ“

 Last year I was lucky enough to be invited by Brian Martin and Mugen Life to sing in the Global Harmony eWarakuf Concert in Osaka and it was one of the most fulfilling musical experiences I have ever had.

It was my first time in Japan, I could not speak the language and I had only briefly met the other singers a couple of days beforehand, but an instant bond developed between us all during rehearsal, which led to an even deeper connection by the end of the concert.

I had always understood that we were in a unique position, as singers, to be able to communicate with each others purely through the music, but I had never experienced this in such unfamiliar territory before and the impact was truly powerful.

There were so many moments where I laughed, cried, hugged and beamed with excitement, alongside people I felt Ifd known forever rather than those Ifd only just met, and the communal sense of joy that we all shared created such a beautiful and harmonious energy exchange between us as singers and our audience.

The underlying theme of the Waraku concert was World Fusion and it truly was in every sense of the word, combining a mix of cultures, musicians, languages and song styles.   For me it felt like I was part of a very special global harmony family, joining together to celebrate in song, and I very much hope that we will have the opportunity to see this family grow in years to come so that more people around the world can experience and share these feelings of connectedness with each other through the universal language of music.



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