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A Concert of Music Inspired by Iranian and Israeli Cultures Past

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 ,
7:30 PM
- Toronto, Canada

The evening will reflect the encounter of Israeli-Jewish and Iranian-Persian cultures through three exciting world premiere performances of compositions by collective members Parisa Sabet, Dan Deutsch and Noam Lemish.

Also highlighting the event will be composer-performers Lemish and Deutsch, on piano and tenor saxophone, respectively, teaming up with guest Saeed Kamjoo, Kamanche, for a powerful improvisatory exploration of traditional music from Israel and Iran.

Special Guest Artists:

-Shalom Bard (Toronto Symphony Orchestra Former Resident Conductor, - TSYO)
-Saeed Kamjoo, Kamanche (Montreal)
-Shahin Fayaz, Tar (Toronto)


Izabella Budai, Flute
Mara Plotkin, Clarinet
Rebecca MacLeod, Violin
Steve Sang Koh, Violin
Maxime Despax, Viola
Sebastian Ostertag, Cello
Pei-Chen Chen, Piano
Michelle Colton, Percussion


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