Promoting Interfaith Dialogue and Coexistence through Music

Festival summer in Germany in August 2020

Faiths In Tune will hold festivals in Berlin on 26 August and Cologne on 22 and 23 August. Faith communities and artists who are based in Germany and interested in participating can submit their registrations until 28 February through the form on our website.

More information and registration...​ 

Faiths In Tune in Birmingham on 16 November 2019

Following the success of the joint "Finding Faith" mini-festival in 2018, Faiths In Tune returns to the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery on Saturday 16 November 2019. Guests can experience free live music, meet Birmingham's faith communities face to face and join special talks & tours!

Full programme and details...

​8th London Interfaith Music Festival on 31 March 2019

On the weekend of Brexit, Faiths In Tune and the British Museum will celebrate unity and diversity with the 8th London Interfaith Music Festival entitled "Britain in the World. The World in Britain." Music of Britain's diverse faith communities will fill the museum's Great Court and Nereid Gallery with music and dance from around the world. Entrance is free.

Find the full festival programme and details here...

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Finally, you can take the beautiful music of our famous Interfaith Music Festivals with you whereever you want or listen to them at home and immerse in the spiritual music, that you have been missing from the mainstream music industry for way too long!

 

You can also help spread the message of Faiths In Tune with our new official logo t-shirt.

All proceeds help sustain our festival work in the UK, Germany and elsewhere!

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SAVE THE DATE ! Our festivals in 2020:

16 Aug | Berlin  - 22 & 23 Aug | Köln

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SOAS, University of London

As the host of Faiths In Tune's Interfaith Music Festival in London from 2012-2015, SOAS University has been indispensible for the festival and a number of people in particular have been incredibly helpful and supportive, including the SOAS Events Office with Payal Gaglani-Bhatt and Tom White, the SOAS Equality and Diversity Office with Deb Viney, the SOAS AV support team, the SOAS Students' Union with Peter Baran and the SOAS Director, Paul Webley.

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