Homay Live in Irvine, Accompanied by Enrico Gerola Past

Saturday, Nov 26, 2016 ,
8:00 PM - 11:30 PM
- Irvine, CA, United States
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Parvaz Homay will be accompanied by a symphony orchestra conducted by Enrico Gerola.
Parvaz Homay (born 1980) is an Iranian composer, lyricist, vocalist, and performer[1] specializing in Persian classical-style music. Also known by his given birth name Saieed Jafar-Zadeh, he is better known in the public as Homay. Founder and leader of the acclaimed and popular Mastan Ensemble, Homay has performed on some of the most renowned stages throughout the world, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Lincoln Center in New York City, Strathmore in Washington, D.C. and Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Canada.

Following the path of some of the greatest Iranian poets, Homay's poetry carries a universal political and social message of peace and harmony. Rhythmic, uplifting and mesmerizing.

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