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Shahab Azinmehr at ‘Listen to the World’


18:30 - 20:30
Mar 7th 2023

Join us for a celebration of Iran's rich musical tradition with Shahab Azinmehr accompanied by Fariborz Kiani at 'Listen to the World'. This is an in-person event which is also live streamed. Free tickets for refugees and asylum seekers.

For more information contact Jo Winsloe Slater on jo.winsloe@stethelburgas.org
Feeling Generous
£20
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Standard
£15.00
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Concession
£7.00
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Refugees and asylum seekers
Free
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SOUNDS OF IRAN – SHAHAB AZINMEHR AND FARIBORZ KIANI

A message from our perfomers: “This special performance of Classical Persian music is entitled, ‘Clouds come towards you’.  It is a tribute to the people of Iran, as a symbol of our heartfelt compassion and anguish in these turbulent times.”

 

Shahab Azinmehr, Setar and vocalist
Born in 1985, Tehran, Shahab Azinmehr has a Bachelor’s degree in Restoration of Historical Monuments and a Master’s in Persian Music Performance. He entered the realm of music through singing, and later began learning to play the tär and setar. Mohammad Musavi, Dariush Talä’i, Mas’ud Sho’âri, Behruz Hemmati and Rezà Parvizzade were some of the masters he studied with.  He has performed in several festivals, concerts and albums as an accompanying instrumentalist and vocalist.  He is a member of Orpheus XXI ensemble under the supervision of Maestro Jordi Savall.
His first individual album, Showq-e Mastur, is a Setar solo performance.  Find out more about Shahab from his website, https://shahabazinmehr.com/

 

Fariborz Kiani, percussion
Is a UK-based Iranian percussionist. He studies tombak with Morteza Ayan, one of Iran’s leading tombak maestros and daf frame drum with Iran’s legendary daf maestro Bijan Kamkar. Fariborz has performed extensively with the finest Iranian master musicians around the world.  Fariborz is the founder of Nava Arts UK, the leading promoter of classical Persian music of the highest standards in the UK.

 

 

About Listen to the World

‘Listen to the World’ is a place of live music where the traditions and talents of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers find a home among local artists.  Come and join us, as either a listener or performer, everyone is welcome. 

Co-ordinator: For all questions about Listen to the World or to be added to the mailing list, please contact Jo Winsloe Slater at  jo.winsloe@stethelburgas.org.

This event is a collaboration between St Ethelburga’s Centre and Nava Arts, Centre of excellence for the promotion of classical and regional music of Iran, and supported by Arts Council England:

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