Classical Folklore Azeri Concert with Soprano Sanaz Nikham Past

Saturday, Sept 28, 2013 ,
7:30 PM
- London, United Kingdom

Sanaz Nikham - Soprano
Omid Gorji - Tenor
Sam Tehrani and Taleh Nadirov - Traditional Azeri Dance

Jenny Hesford - Piano
Jeremy Harbottle - Cello
Clare Gale - Violin
Franco Sinaguglia - Percussion

International coloratura soprano Sanaz Niknam and tenor Omid Gorji – both celebrated singers who have performed all over the world – join forces with instrumentalists and dancers to present an evening of classical and folklore Azeri music.

The concert will combine performances of well-known works by composers including Mozart, Verdi and Gershwin with folk and classical music by Azerbaijani composers such as Hajibeyov, Rustamov and Niyazi. The music will be complemented by performances by talented dancers Sam Tehrani and Taleh Nadirov, both graduates of the Baku Dance Academy.

Proceeds from the concert will go towards supporting Earthquake victims of Tabriz, Iran, and the elderly and vulnerable of Oradea, Romania.

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