at the Symphony Space Theater
To Purchase Tickets please CLICK HERE
“Music & Dance speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole, flows from heaven to the soul”
World Heritage Cultural Center is creating a common ground where any Culture in the world can come and celebrate their way of Life through the Arts & Food.
“As long as humans have walked the earth, down to each continent, to each country, to each region people have their own faith, communication, celebrations, and laws of life. The only thing that can bring us all on a common ground is “Music & Dance that speaks what cannot be expressed.”
In this great colorful patchwork we call America, there is so much unnoticed beauty around us. World Of Colors is an Annual Dance & Music Festival celebrating and bringing more than 20+ cultures on one stage; breaking barriers among nations through the Arts as a diverse audience becomes one family through the magic of Music & Dance.
Cultures on stage are of African, Indian, Dominican, Tahitian, Polynesian, Brazilian, Caribbean, Scandinavian, Irish, American(Modern & HipHop), Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Persian, Bolivian, Polish, Puerto Rican, Egyptian, and the list keeps growing.
Hosts for the World Of Colors Concert are:
Carlos Gonzalez and Paradigm Shift Digital Media Supervisor Shetal Shah
Attend the pre-event Red Carpet Cocktail Hour from 5pm to 6pm at the Symphony Space Theater Lounge with your ticket as pass to get in. Each attendee will receive a gift bag filled with prizes. Limited seating! After you purchase your ticket to the World of Colors event, simply send us an email at email@example.com and let us know your ticket number and we’ll add you to the list to attend the Red Carpet Cocktail Hour.
After Party with Bollywood Celebrities including Monica Dogra (Shair & Func)
480 Lexington Ave
New York, NY
Tickets for the After Party – $25
Special Price for Travel & Adventure Show Guests – $20
For Red Carpet attendees – $15
KTU 103.5 and Power 105.1 are among the marketing partners who did interviews with the founders of WHCC and the hosts of the World Of Colors Concert. Interviews will be aired in September 2010.
For more supporters and sponsors, please CLICK HERE
World Heritage Cultural Center supports many charities and instead of re-inventing the wheel, we work with organizations such as Alex Lemonade Stand (pediatric cancer), American Cancer Society, Dancing at the Cross Roads (HIV) and HomeAThon (homeless). Speakers from the Alex Lemonade Stand, American Cancer Society and HomeAThon will be present on stage to announce the partnership with World Heritage Cultural Center.
World Heritage Cultural Center acknowledges those that make a positive impact through their work. We are proud to announce that Five Global Appreciation World Of Colors Awards will be handed out to five outstanding citizens of the world.
First Annual Global Appreciation World Of Colors Awards honorees are:
Zolaykha Sherzad is founder of the School of Hope. Times Magazine calls her the only woman in luxury to make a difference in the lives of women in the Middle East.
Meera Gandhi ~ Mrs. Gandhi is a well known international community leader, committed humanitarian and philanthropist dedicated to solutions to human suffering and deprivation around the globe.
Nnimmo Bassey ~ ” Heroes of the Environment” Times Magazine
Olivia Bouler~ An 11 year old talented artist uses art to raise more than $170,000 for the Gulf oil spill.
To see full details on honorees, please CLICK HERE. Fifth honoree to be announced shortly.
World Heritage Cultural Center donated 30 tickets to the Mt. Sinai Hospital Pediatric Center for children and their families to attend the show.
Join a noble cause in making a positive impact through Knowledge & Charity as World Heritage Cultural Center with some of the most amazing talents in the United States comes together to put on a spectacular show on September 25, 2010 to raise funds to open our first Center in New York.
For videos from our past events, such at the Multicultural stage in Times Square, please go to YOUTUBE
For any questions or concerns, please call 914.498.8347 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org