World Artists Experiences

World Artists Experiences (WAE) bridges international understanding through cultural and citizen diplomacy in communities, colleges and schools. The arts are used as an international language.

WAE encourages international interaction by providing channels of communication and exchange; including opportunities for educators and students, cultural experiences, direct public interaction with the world's people, and empowerment of students to become world leaders.

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   Bratislava Boys' Choir in Concert September 14-22

World Artists Experiences
in partnership with
Embassy of Slovakia, Ministry of Culture of Slovakia

Presents the Bratislava Boys' Choir

   September 14, 10:30 AM, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, 400 Michigan Ave., Washington, DC

   September 14, 7 PM, Key Auditorium, St. John's College, Annapolis

   September 16, 7 PM, Holloway Hall, Salisbury University, Salisbury

   September 18, 7 PM, St. Patrick's Church, 201 N. Centre St, Cumberland, MD

   September 19, 7:30 PM, St. Stephens Episcopal Pro-Cathedral, Wilkes Barre, PA,

   September 20, 7:30 PM, St. Peter's Cathedral, 315 Wyoming Ave, Scranton, PA

   September 22, 7 PM, St. Thomas Church, 536 North Main St., Bernville, PA

The Bratislava Boys' Choir has been part of the Slovak artistic scene since 1982. The choir's repertoire comprises a wide selection of sacred and profane works. It includes Gregorian chants, Renaissance music, concert Masses, arrangements of folk songs, and works by contemporary composers. Several Slovak composers have dedicated their works to the Choir. The boys' thorough vocal training allows them to perform in musicals as well. They also enjoy singing alongside artists from the pop music scene.

The complement performing in the U.S. includes 20 boys age 10 - 14, 8 older boys (tenor and bass), 5 adults (the soloist Miriam Garajova, pianist Dana Hajossy, assistant conductor Gabriel Rovnak, and conductor and founder Magdalena Rovnakova). Singing throughout Slovakia and beyond, they captivate audiences in European cities (Berlin, Budapest, London, Moscow, Paris, Stockholm, Vienna...), the United States (Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco...), Canada (Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto), Japan (Osaka, Tokyo...), Taiwan (Taipei ...), Cyprus Nicosia, Paphos).

   Cultural Immersion Day October 2

   Cultural Immersion Day Featuring USA Diplomacy

The trip will include a morning tour of the United States State Department tour of the diplomatic reception rooms filled with the finest American 18 and 19th century antiques. A video at provides a preview of what will be seen on this tour. After experiencing these splendid rooms, enjoy a special lunch at Darlington House, a lovely Victorian mansion off Dupont Circle. The day concludes with a tour and speaker at the Meridian International Center whose mission includes public and private diplomacy through programs for international visitors and diplomats. The headquarters are in two historic homes designed by John Russell Pope in 1919. They are considered some of the finest examples of architectural good taste. Enjoy this day filled with dazzling art, interesting speakers, and congenial conversation. The cost for the day is $110 per person; including transportation, lunch, refreshments and surprises. Departure is scheduled at 7:15 am at Sam's parking lot, General's Highway, Annapolis; returning at approximately 5:00 pm. To register, (1) FIRST call the registrar at 410-956-2448 to be placed on the trip log; (2) SECOND, following your telephone registration, complete and mail the form below with your payment. Payment by check must be received within 7 days of telephone registration. PLEASE NOTE: Phone contact with registrar must be made prior to mailing check. We regret that refunds for this event cannot be offered. Program events are subject to change.

Cultural Immersion Day USA

    Intern Opportunities!

Intern Opportunities!

World Artists Experiences is pleased to offer intern opportunities to college students for the Fall and Spring semesters, and also during the summer months. These are available in the fields of administration, development and marketing. Please see the announcements below for detailed descriptions and application information.

Administrative Internship

Development Internship

Marketing Internship

    Calling Volunteers!

Calling Volunteers!

World Artists Experiences is organizing teams of volunteers to build and further the vision of bridging international understanding through cultural and citizen diplomacy in schools, colleges, and communities.

We invite you to join us.

Please email: or Call 410-647-4482 or 410-647-7494

and indicate areas which you might enjoy assisting WAE: publicity, development, administrative assistance, web design, fundraising, cultural immersion experiences, cultural ambassadors in schools, international art exchanges, international education month, an international summit, Ambassador Series of world experiences in communities, assisting with the welcoming and hosting international groups, graphic design, as programs, flyers, etc., videotaping, coordinating volunteers, hosting a "house of Friends" to allow many people to know about the organization, building audiences, writing, editing, researching, grant writing, etc.


In February, World Artists Experiences and the Embassy of the People's Republic of China's Cultural Office worked together to present their first joint student art exchange between American and Chinese elementary students.

The event was billed as a "visual dialogue" between Yijin Elementary School in the Zhejiang Province and Crofton Woods Elementary School in Crofton, Maryland.

The opening celebration, which included songs from both countries performed by students, was held on February 21 at Crofton Woods Elementary. Members from the Embassy of the People's Republic of China, and Maryland state and county government representatives attended the reception, as did local artists and members of the community. The final song was sung in darkness. As the song continued to describe the importance of children's lights in the world, the room was filled with candles that the children lit.

Some of the artwork was taken by Crofton Woods to be presented at the National Art Teachers' Association in New York City.

World Artists Experiences' Cultural Immersion day trips to Washington D.C. to enjoy the sights, sounds, and tastes of countries from around the world are becoming extremely popular. To see photos from past Cultural Immersion days, click here: European Union Immersion Day Photos

World Artists Experiences is fueled by the enthusiasm and energy of a large corps of volunteers who work in several program teams: Ambassador Series concerts and events; Cultural Immersion Days; and International Education. Volunteers also lend their time and talents to several support teams: Public Relations / Technology; Development; Legal / Governance; Budget / Finance; Strategic / Long-Range Planning; Personnel and Nominations; and Staff / Volunteers.

Do you believe in our mission and want to join our cadre of volunteers? We would love to hear from you!

To join the many volunteers who support World Artists Experiences, click here. We couldn't do what we do without you!