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Peyman Heydarian Ancient and Modern Concert Past

Wednesday, Dec 9, 2015 ,
9:00 PM
- London

Iranian music scientist and master of theSantur, Peyman Heyradian, brings together a group of fellow master musicians to createa vibrant and mysterious world of musicthat spans the ancient traditions of Iran andcontemporary jazz. The santur is a magical sounding instrument, and tonight it is put together with the Magnetic Resonator Piano(MRP), an instrument of beguiling sonorities.The MRP is the creation of Dr AndrewMcPherson of QMUL’s Centre for Digital Music. It is an electronically-augmented acoustic piano capable of eliciting newsounds acoustically from the piano strings,without speakers.Earlier in the day (3pm to 5pm in theOctagon) you can be part of an immersiveworkshop in which you can learn about theMagnetic Resonator Piano and play it, andbecome involved in music making, guidedby Peyman and his fantastic.


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