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PERFORMANCE: Salar Aghili & the Razo Niaz Ensemble

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Today's date is Monday, January 25, 2021
Salar Aghili & the Razo Niaz Ensemble : A wonderful gallery of the mystique of Persian music. Other events...
Salar Aghili's passionate and silky voice will take you back into the music, literature and culture of an ancient land named Persia. Be overwhelmed with the sounds of Tar (Origin of Guitar), Setar and Kamanche. Let your emotions take you away into ancient Persia with the sound of Daf and Tonbak and allow Salar Aghili to introduce you to a memorable evening with Poetry from Saadi, Hafez and Mowlana.

Salar Aghili is fast becoming known as an instrumental figure who will pass on the values of traditional Persian music from masters such as Shajarian to the next generation of music lovers all around the world. After a successful tour of USA, Canada, Europe and the Middle East with over 45 live performances in 2010, this evening will prove to be an unforgettable feast for all your senses.

The Razo Niaz Ensemble is accompanied with one of world's most gifted musicians in Hossein Behroozinia playing the Oud or Barbat. Donít miss this wonderful opportunity.

Special offer to UWA staff: 10% discount on all tickets!

Staff must quote the codeword "UWA discount" when purchasing tickets from BOCS.
Location Octagon Theatre
Contact Madeline Joll <[email protected]> : 9484 1133
URL https://www.bocsticketing.com.au/whats-on/324/salar-aghili-and-the-razo-niaz-ensemble/
Start Sun, 30 Oct 2011 19:00
End Sun, 30 Oct 2011 22:30
Submitted by Madeline Joll <[email protected]>
Last Updated Thu, 27 Oct 2011 15:39
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