4 ways to thrive with harmony | Miri Ben-Ari

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Have you noticed how divided we are? Grammy award-winning violinist-producer Miri Ben-Ari shows us how harmony works in music and society with a fascinating analogy and live demonstration that features Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” timeless speech. Ben-Ari says “enough for the division,” it’s time to create harmony and get along. #miribenari #tedtalk A Grammy Award-winning violinist-producer, originally from Israel, who created her own unique sound: a fusion of classical, Hip Hop, and dance music, recognized as a musical pioneer. Miri Ben-Ari is a “Goodwill Ambassador of Music” to the United Nations, originally from Israel, who has created her own unique sound – a revolutionary fusion of classical, Hip Hop, and dance music. She is a music trendsetter, recognized as a musical pioneer.

This classically trained violinist, who once studied under the late classical master Isaac Stern, Ben-Ari has helped sell millions of records by collaborating with other Grammy award-winning artists such as Kanye West, Jay Z, Wyclef Jean, Alicia Keys, Wynton Marsalis, Britney Spears, Maroon 5, Akon, Donna Summer, Janet Jackson, John Legend, Aventura, Fetty Wap, Armin Van Buuren, and Diamond Platnumz. Her album “The Hip Hop Violinist”/ Universal Records features many of these collaborations. Miri Ben-Ari paved the way for future generations, she is the first (and only) violinist to win a Grammy in the Hip Hop category, and the first violinist to be featured on hit songs and music videos as a featured artist in Hip Hop, Latin, EDM, and Afrobeats music.

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