22 June – 28 June 2014 – The Human Sound Project was invited to Cape Town by a woman named Marlene Silbert who heads up the Cape Town Interfaith Intercultural Tweening and Exchange Program. Marlene’s program carefully selects future South African leaders from a range of different socio-economic backgrounds and religious faiths. Hindus Muslims Christians and Jews, rich and poor, come together to learn about their commonalities and celebrate their differences; the hope to foster peace and unity in the new generation of South Africans. So, Marlene asked The Human Sound Project to come and work with these 30 young leaders over the period of a week from 22 June – 28 June 2014; to facilitate a new song, by them, that reflected their experiences of cultural and religious diversity. The result was this song: “Echo in History” which was performed to a live audience of 150 guests in Cape Town South Africa.