Aggeliki Toubanaki participates in the humanitarian initiative Kalesma project, in cooperation with the outstanding internationally musician Vasilis Kostas and six more musicians of Berklee College of Music.
The aim of the initiative is to improve through music the daily lives of children in ‘I Kivotos tou Kosmou” (“The Ark of the World”); to create, in particular, a music community and the infrastructure for a permanent music educational program (to be launched in September 2018).
Aggeliki Toubanaki is also responsible for the music education and training of the children’s choir of the ‘I Kivotos tou Kosmou” (“The Ark of the World”), in order to give their ultimate concert, in concert with six international musicians from Berklee College of Music.
Vasilis Kostas (Greece) – Lute
Irene Torneski (Greece) – Song
Layth Sidiq – (Jordan) – Violin
Chase Morrin (USA) – Piano
Noam Israeli (Israel) – drums
James Dale (Australia) – bass
* I Kivotos tou Kosmou” (“The Ark of the World”) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1998 by Father Antonios, with the aim of supporting and taking care of poor street children and homeless mothers, who experience abandonment and neglect, or don’t have any medical care. Children usually belong to single-parents families or are without parents. The Ark provides care to over 500 children on a daily basis.
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