In Search of Music From the Qajar Dynasty

  • Saeed Farajpouri, kamancheh; Amir Koushkani, tar; Hamin Honari, tombak
    Online concert presented by Early Music Vancouver (see below for details)

    Wednesday, October 14, 7:30 pm
    in the series
    Passports: Early Music from Around the World
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  • Saeed Farajpouri is one of the greatest living performers on the Iranian kamanche (spike fiddle). For this concert he is joined by Amir Koushkani, a researcher and master performer of the Iranian tar (long-necked lute), along with Hamin Honari on the tombak (goblet drum). They will perform Iranian music in a manner that is faithful to the style in which would have been presented during the Qajar Dynasty of Iran (1789-1920). This is the first in a season of concerts to which the 2019-21 series of presentations by Early Music Vanouver at Green College, Cultures of Performance, was prelude.

    To watch live, please see http://www.earlymusic.bc.ca/events/in-search-of-music-from-the-qajar-dynasty/

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  • Unless otherwise noted, all of our lectures are free to attend and do not require registration.

 

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October 14th, 2020 7:30 PM   through   9:00 PM
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Online
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