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Songs of Pardis, Persian Music Concert for Children Past

Sunday, Nov 15, 2015 ,
11:00 AM
- NY, NY, United States

Pardis for Children presents a Persian music concert for children. Join Hani Niroo and ensemble for an interactive musical journey to explore Persian language and culture. Featuring songs from Pardis for Children debut music album "Songs of Pardis", this concert promises to be a unique experience for families of all backgrounds and cultures. Come and discover the joyful melodies and rhythms of Iran!

Hani Niroo - Vocals, Guitar, Xylophone
Ava Nazar - Piano
Yahya Alkhansa - Percussion
Martin Shamoonpour - Flute, Percussion
Amin Torabkhani - Tar

Songwriters:
Negar Behbahani
Ava Nazar
Hani Niroo
Asal Shakeri

Children of all ages and languages are welcome.

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