The Rumi Concert has been hosted by theaters, universities, churches, and conferences.

The Lensic, Santa Fe Performing Arts Center, NM (1999, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2015)

James A. Little Theater, Santa Fe, NM

Armory For The Arts, Santa Fe, NM

St. Francis Auditorium, Santa Fe, NM

Herbst Theatre, San Francisco, CA (2010, 2013)

The Fine Arts Center, University of Mass. Amherst

Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA (2007 , 2008)

Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, Miami, FL (2011)

Jefferson Center, Shaftman Performance Hall, Roanoke, VA (2005)

Bank of America Theater, Hammond School, Columbia, SC (2004)

“I am forever grateful to Coleman Barks, restless, yearning to find the bridge from Rumi and Shams to the world we presently inhabit. He is truly to be loved for making this ‘transaction with beauty.’ ” –Debra Winger, actor

University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (1999)

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (2000)

Eastern Carolina University, Wright Auditorium, Greenville, NC (2004)

Pacifica Graduate Institute, CA; Institute of Noetic Sciences, CA

Williams College, Williamstown, MA (2005)

Wofford College, Leonard Auditorium, Spartanburg, SC (2004)

Duke University Medical School, (1997), Durham, NC

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Bernie Glassman Conservatory, Boston, Mass

Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY

“On behalf of the Asian Dance and Music Program, I want to thank you for an evening of glorious dance. Your wonderful movements that were sometimes caressingly beautiful and other times arrestingly passionate enhanced the rapture and beauty of Rumi’s poetry…. your ingenious style of storytelling, from the many comments I heard that evening enchanted the audience at the concert. In all, it was a very inventive performance in linking poetry, music and dance from the East and West traditions.” —Ranjanaa Devi, Director, The Fine Arts Center, University of Mass. Amherst

St. John the Divine, NY

Princeton University Chapel, NY (1997)

St. Michael’s Uniting Church, Interfaith Centre of Melbourne, Australia (2007)

Unitarian Church, San Francisco, CA (2005)

UN Interfaith Council, St. Barthomew’s Church, NYC, NY (1997)

Tiffany Church, North Hampton, Mass

“You really cast a spell with your scintillating and mesmerising performance.” –Bawa Jain UN Representative, Interfaith

Hospice Center, MI; Medical Conference on Body and Soul, NC

State of the World Forum, CA (1997)

Asia Society, Houston, TX (2012)

Institute of Noetic Sciences, Petaluma, CA

Body, Mind & Soul Medical Conference, Raleigh, NC

So. Springs Holistic Learning Center, Tallahassee, FL (2006)

Joseph Campbell Society, 1996

Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY (1998, 2013)

Fetzer Institute, Kalamazoo, MI, (1999)

Kripalu Yoga Center, NY, (1999)

“Each year the Forum reaches out to a group of leaders and innovators to help create a new possibility, a new way of thinking which will support us as we move into the new millennium. You [Zuleikha and The Rumi Concert] are one of those special individuals who has done that for all of us, and for that we thank you.” —James Garrison, President, State of the World Forum.