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Darya Dadvar at Annual DC Area Fundraising Event Past

Sunday, Oct 25, 2015 ,
2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
- Silver Spring, MD, United States
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Live Performance, Silent Auction, Light Dinner, Drink
Presented by: Marjaneh Halati, Founder and President of OMID Foundation

Please join us for an enjoyable Sunday afternoon as you show your commitment to making a difference in the lives of disadvantaged young Iranian women under the care of OMID Foundation. You will be greeted with a glass of Champagne and served a delicious light dinner followed by an exceptional performance by international soprano soloist, Darya Dadvar (click here to be taken to Darya’s website). There will also be a silent auction.

*Free parking can be found across from the building
*All proceeds benefit OMID Foundation

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Darya Dadvar – Darya Dadvar is an accomplished Iranian soprano soloist and composer. She is a native of Rasht but grew up in Tehran. In 1991, she left Iran for France where she studied music. She ...

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