"A Nowruz Celebration" feat. Kayhan Kalhor & Shujaat Khan Past

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 ,
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
- Irvine, CA, United States
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"An irresistible expression of creative musical passion." -Los Angeles Times

The Grammy-nominated Ghazal Ensemble—comprised of Iranian kamancheh player Kayhan Kalhor, Indian sitar player Shujaat Husain Khan, and Indian tabla player Sandeep Das—celebrate Nowruz by bringing together the musical traditions of Indian and Persian classical music.

Ghazal’s performances and recordings have garnered critical acclaim as well as a 2004 Grammy nomination for Best Traditional World Music Album for their 2003 live album The Rain. Amazon named Ghazal’s first CD, Lost Songs of the Silk Road, to its list of the best 100 world music albums ever recorded.

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Kayhan Kalhor – Kayhan Kalhor, born 1963, is a Kurdish Iranian kamancheh player, composer and master of classical Persian music./Kayhan Kalhor was born in Kermanshah. He began studying music at ...

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