Hossein Alizadeh, a master of the tar and setar lutes, and Pejman Hadadi one of the most innovative Iranian percussionists are set to perform on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 8:00 p.m. at Roulette in New York.
Alizadeh, deemed one of the most important figures in contemporary Persian music, has had a successful solo career, performing both in Iran and throughout North America, Europe and Asia. He was the conductor and soloist in the Iranian National Orchestra of Radio and Television, established the acclaimed Aref Ensemble, and worked with the Shayda Ensemble.
Alizadeh’s discography includes Echoes of Light, Birds, If Like Birds and Angels, I Could fly…, Ney Nava Plus Avay-E Mehr Nowruz & Savaran-E Dasht, Torkaman, Monad, Endless Vision, Half Moon, and Art of Improvisation.
Pejman Hadadi has been a member of the admired Dastan Ensemble for 20 years, and collaborated with numerous master musicians of Persian and world music traditions.
Time: 20:00 (8:00 p.m.)
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Author: World Music Central News Department
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