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Crossing Borders Music

Ashland, WI

When the Roses Laugh in Full-blown Beauty's arrangement for piano trio will be performed by Crossing Boarders Music. This concert is organized by the Ashland Chamber Music Society.
Presbyterian-Congregational Church, 3:00 pm
214 Vaughn Ave
Ashland, WI 54806 United States

ShurAngiz

University of Canterbury

ShurAngiz will be performed by the wonderful pianist, Nahzanin Maleki Amin, and her ensemble at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand.

Nightingale Ensemble

The Pride Arts Center

Fly Toward a Secret Sky for flute and electronics will be performed by Nightingale Ensemble's flutist, Alexandria Hoffman. The Pride Arts Center is located at 4139 N Broadway St, Chicago

Seattle-Isfahan Music Project

Trinity Parish Church, Seattle, WA
TBA
This composition was commissioned by the Seattle Mandolin Orchestra in conjunction with the Seattle-Isfahan Music Project.

The Stars Are Setting is composed for mandolin orchestra, guitar quartet, voice and strings based on 4 quatrains by Hakim Omar Khayyam (1048 – 1131), a Persian poet, mathematician and astronomer. This composition was commissioned by the Seattle Mandolin Orchestra in conjunction with the Seattle-Isfahan Music Project.

For more information about the project please visit: https://www.naeimrahmani.com/seattle-isfahan-guitar-project

Fulcrum Point New Music Project

Fine Arts Building, Chicago, IL

My duo, The Seville Orange Tree, composed for flute and piano will be performed as part of Fulcrum Point Discoveries: Hear & Be Heard programs.
Fine Arts Building Suite 943, Chicago, IL.
410 S Michigan, Chicago, IL 60605
The event is free and open to public.

Instruments of Happiness - The Lioness of Iran Project

Erreur de Type 27, Quebec City, QC

A Cup of Sin is composed based on the poetry of Nobel Prize-nominated Iranian poet Simin Behbahani and commissioned by Tim Brady for Instruments of Happiness - The Lioness of Iran Project. It will be on tour Spring 2018.

The creation of this composition was made possible by a generous grant form the Ontario Arts Council Project Grant.

Instruments of Happiness - The Lioness of Iran Project

A Cup of Sin is composed based on the poetry of Nobel Prize-nominated Iranian poet Simin Behbahani and commissioned by Tim Brady for Instruments of Happiness - The Lioness of Iran Project. It will be on tour Spring 2018.

The creation of this composition was made possible by a generous grant form the Ontario Arts Council Project Grant.

The second stop is Montreal on March 27th at La Salsa Rossa.

The next stop: Québec City (Mar. 29)

Doctoral Composition Recital

Walter Hall, Toronto

I am honored to invite you to my Doctoral Composition Recital. I will be presenting some of my works composed during my residency at the University of Toronto.
I am thrilled that my compositions will be performed by Toronto-based professional musicians:
Brooke Dufton, soprano
Angela Schwarzkopf, harp
Michelle Colton, marimba
Alheli Pimienta, flute
Narmina Afandiyeva, piano
Peter Stoll, B flat clarinet/bass clarinet
Alice Hong, violin
Sebastian Ostertag, cello
Alex McLeod, viola
Ross Au, electric guitar

When: Saturday November 4th 12:30 PM

Where: Walter Hall, 80 Queens Park, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C5

For more info please visit: Facebook Event

Instruments of Happiness - The Lioness of Iran Project

The Music Gallery

A Cup of Sin is composed based on the poetry of Nobel Prize-nominated Iranian poet Simin Behbahani and commissioned by Tim Brady for Instruments of Happiness - The Lioness of Iran Project. It will be on tour Spring 2018.

The creation of this composition was made possible by a generous grant form the Ontario Arts Council Project Grant.

The first stop is Toronto co-presented by New Music Concert on March 22nd at Music Gallery.

The next stops: Montréal (Mar. 27), Québec City (Mar. 29)

Visiting Grandpa at Audio Out

The Art Gallery at York University
6 weeks exhibition

The Art Gallery at York University Keele campus will be presenting my piece, Visiting Grandpa, along with a work by Debashis Sinha this fall for a six week exhibition.
Stay tuned for more information!

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