Benefit Concert for Refugees

Benefit Concert for Refugees

Date: Sunday, June/25/2017
Time: 12pm (ET)

Join us for a day of exquisite music and wonderful food to support the life of refugees through the work of UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).

Benefit Concert for Refugees

  • Sunday, June/25/2017
  • 11:00am Dharma Service (Dharma Talk: Ven. Chung Ohun Lee): All are welcome.
  • 12:00pm Concert (Rev. Eungjun Lee & YoungSan University Students)
  • 1:30pm Lunch
2017 Benefit Concert

Suggested donation for tickets is $25
All proceeds will go to UN Refugees Agency (UNHCR)


Rev. EJ Lee

Rev. Eung Jun Lee studied music at KayMyong University in Korea. He subsequently found the dharma path and was ordained as a Kyomnuim in 2006 after completing his Master’s of Won-Buddhism at the Won Institute in Glenside, PA. Along with his spiritual journey, his music further unfolded, which led to advanced training at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. Lay and ordained practitioners have been inspired by the deep spirituality of his music. Rev. Lee has released three albums and is currently working as a professor of music at YoungSan University.

This program is sponsored by

  • Youngsan University of Seon Studies
  • Won Dharma Retreat Center
  • Won Buddhism Eastern Diocese in USA
  • Won Buddhism Western Diocese in USA
  • New York Won Kwang Community Center

Published by Won Buddhism UN & Interfaith

Won Buddhism UN & Interfaith Office envisions a world where all individuals and communities live in peace and harmony based on the Buddhist principles of interdependency and interconnectedness. We are inspired by the example of Master Sotaesan, the founder of Won Buddhism, who was also a champion of gender equality, international peace and global cooperation.