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Harmony Project Performs at Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Feb 10, 2016

Harmony Project (Los Angeles, CA) performed alongside Gustavo Dudamel and Coldplay during the 2016 Super Bowl Halftime Show. The performance, which took place on Sunday, February 7th, featured musicians from YOLA at EXPO, a youth orchestra partnership between Harmony Project, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the EXPO Center.

“This is a wonderful honor and an extraordinary showcase for YOLA, as well as a tribute to youth orchestras worldwide,” said Dudamel before the performance. “When we play, it will be for the youth of the world so they can be inspired to create both a better life for themselves and a better future.”

During the performance, Harmony Project students joined Coldplay on stage for a rendition of their single "Viva La Vida," as well as for the closing number with Beyonce and Bruno Mars.

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About Harmony Project

Harmony Project is an award-winning research-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that targets at-risk youth in underserved areas of Los Angeles. They promote positive youth development through on-going year-round music lessons and ensemble participation.

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