Sat, November 1, 2014 8:00 pm at Alwan for the Arts
Join Alwan for the Arts in celebrating the astounding musical talents of Navid Kandelousi, a highly accomplished musician who will be performing a repertoire of Western classical and traditional Persian music on the kamancheh and violin. The exceptional vocalist Sina Sarlak, along with the New York Persian Ensemble, will be accompanying Kandelousi in this concert that is not to be missed.
Navid Kandelousi: Kamancheh, Violin
Sina Sarlak: Vocals
Alison Mari: Oboe
George Ziadeh: Oud
Patrick McGuire: Cello
Mike Lukshis: Tabla
Jeremy Smith: Percussion
Piruz Partow: Bass
Tickets: $20 General | $15 for Students & Seniors(Buy Now*)(*A small online fee is applied)
Doors open at 7:30 pm
Navid Kandelousi studied western classical music at the Verdi Conservatory in Milano, Italy and at the Moscow Violin Academy in Russia. Kandelousi has mastered virtuosic skills on a great breadth of instruments including the Violin, Setar, Taar and Kamanchah, in addition to experience with Tombak, Santour and Gheychak. Throughout his professional career, he has collaborated with numerous prestigious Persian ensembles such as Iranian National Orchestra, and has performed internationally across Europe, Asia and America in venues such as Lincoln center, Julliard music school, Albert Hall, Sydney’s Symphony hall and Vahdat hall. His teaching background include work at the Yamaha School of Music, Suzuki Violin School, and Master Classes in Kamanchah, Taar and Setar at the Julliard School. Navid is currently working with Maestro Danial Philips in Queens college of music.
Last updated: 2014-11-01 17:28:53
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