Ramzi is the founder and artistic director of the annual Palestinian Musical Journey Festival for Spiritual and Traditional Music produced by Al Kamandjâti starting in 2016. The festival offers high quality performances, lectures, photo exhibits, workshops and guided tours in Palestine, with a focus on heritage sites. In 2017 the festival included a host of performers around the world—The kora player Ballake Sissoko of Mali, the Jawla Project from Belgium and The Whirling Dervishes of Istanbul among many others. It also included a host of Palestinian performers.
2016 - Fes Festival of World Sacred Music: musical direction, composition and arrangement for the festival’s opening performance “A Sky Full of Stars,” which recounted the stories of Arab and Muslim women who had left their mark on history. Stories of wise women, mystical women, founders of Islam and other ancient cultures, poets and enchantresses, are told through the mythical figure of Sheherazade, a noblewoman who mastered the artistic and intellectual pursuits of her time and risked her life by joining the harem of a cruel man in order to save the women of her kingdom.