Rhythm of the Universe is a musical collaboration platform that brings together the
voices and sounds of musicians from all over the world to promote unity through music.
Rhythm of the Universe was created by Emir Cerman in the spring of 2010, with the
hope of gathering musicians from as many different countries as possible under one
idea. In its first attempt, Rhythm of The Universe united musicians from 78 countries in
one room to write lyrics for one song. After writing, they recorded it with a growing
group of 90 musicians from 90 different countries.
The song, “Anthem For The World,” was premiered in Boston’s Symphony hall along
side Grammy award winner, Alan Silvestri.
Since then, Rhythm of The Universe has been present in the Boston Community, and
performed in events such as the Massachusetts Remembers 9/11 Concert, The World
Summit on Innovation and Entrepreneurship and TedX Boston.
Internationally, Rhythm of the Universe has extended its message to countries like
Japan, through the Boston 2 Japan project and to Turkey with the Bizim Eller support
video, where their message has been welcomed by millions.