Friday, September 30, 2011

Women Of The World – performing LIVE in Boston – October 02, 2011

Please join Women of the World on Sunday, October 2nd 2011, for an evening of unity, sharing, and celebration.

We are proud to present our concert in collaboration with ZUMIX, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) cultural organization dedicated to building community through music and the arts. Located in East Boston, MA, ZUMIX provides top-quality cultural programming as an alternative way for young people to deal with frustration, anger and fear, and as a method of building cultural understanding and acceptance in one of Boston's most diverse neighborhoods.

ZUMIX is located at 260 Sumner Street, just a few blocks from the Maverick Square Subway Station on the Blue Line. (

Doors open at 4pm
4.30pm - Multicultural presentation
5-6pm - Women of the World concert

Entry is free!
Please bring family and friends!
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We thank you for your continued support.


Women of the World is an international vocal ensemble that came together three years ago to bring musicians from all over the world onto a common platform.

Led by four women vocalists, the group was founded by Ayumi Ueda (Japan) who was joined by Ali Rapetti (USA), Giorgia Renosto (Italy) and Annette Philip (India). Together with their eclectic band, Women of the World has performed in over a dozen of the world’s languages. From Bulgarian, Cuban, Latino, Brazilian, Italian, African, Indian and Japanese music to spontaneous improvisation and a-cappella interludes, the unique music which stems forth from this mixture of artistry has created for a sound which is all its own- borderless, spirited, and carrying the undeniable message of unity.

The group has also supported various causes including fundraisers for victims of natural disasters in Haiti, Pakistan, and most recently, Japan.

Following their recent New York debut at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, NY, Women of the World is now gearing up for an international tour next year. (www.womenoftheworldmusic.c­om