Kurdish Aid Foundation Concert Past

Saturday, June 13, 2015 ,
7:00 PM
- London, United Kingdom
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A concert to help children in Refugee Camps
At these difficult times of atrocities and persecution against religious and ethnic groups in Kurdistan and Iraq, your support is needed. Join the Kurdish solidarity concert at St Marylebone Church, organised by Peyman Heydarian and Kurdish Aid Foundation - UK
All proceedings, after deduction of the costs goes to Kurdish Aid Foundation - UK to be spent on food and medicine for Kurdish refugees.

There will be also traditional Kurdish food served in support of Heyva Sor (Kurdish red crescent).

Featuring Kurdish music in Sorani, Kurmanj and Kalhor dialects and also Klezmer and Greek music

Avan [voice]
Peyman Heydarian [santur, piano, daf, band leader]
Nikol Konastante [voice]
Nawroz Oramari [voice]
Georgie Pope [harp]
Alireza Sareban [tonbak]

Along with brilliant bands:
The Voice of Santur
SOAS Kurdish band
London Klezmer Quartet


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