Iranian Music

Mary HM on her love for comedy, music and acting

Mary hm “real name seyedeh Maryam hashemi, born August 1, 1988. All of life is a drama and men and women play this drama on the amazing stage of the world. Some people born in have become famous. They know that all art forms have a better understanding of this …

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The looming threat of a nuclear crisis with Iran

The first six rounds of diplomacy this spring, Malley told me, have made “real progress.” In June, he presented a nuclear package that included an end to most of Trump’s sanctions. “The collective feeling of everyone – obviously the Europeans, the Russians and the Chinese, but also the Iranian delegation …

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Government’s hostility to music in Iran “worse than in Afghanistan”

Prominent Iranian musician Hossein Alizadeh claims that the pressure on music and musicians in Iran is incomparably higher than in any other Islamic country in the world. Alizadeh made the comments after watching a concert in Tehran’s Vahdat Hall, which opened to the public after a 22-month hiatus due to …

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Private sector invests $ 25 million in Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari tourism sector

TEHRAN – Currently, 11 tourism-related projects worth 6.9 trillion rials (about $ 25 million) are being developed in the southwest of Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari province by private investors, the deputy said. provincial head of tourism. The projects include hotels, resorts, accommodation centers and restaurants, which are being implemented in different cities and …

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Israel Consulate Sponsors Extraordinary Iranian-Israeli Collaborative Art Exhibition

An Israeli artist and an Iranian photographer innovate by collaborating on simultaneous art exhibitions in Houston and Israel. The artwork by Houston-based Iranian photographer Ashkan Roayaee and Israeli painter Keren Farago features dancers from local Houston companies, photographed by Roayaee and portrayed as paintings by Farago. In Houston, the exhibit …

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Yalda in Iran hails the triumph of light over darkness with poetry and fruit

The longest nights of the year, corresponding to December, had a festive culture in Iranian culture. The Shab-e Yalda (Yalda Night) winter solstice festival annually brings together members of Iranian families, such as the Goodarzis, for nocturnal festivities imbued with poetry, music and fruit. They gather around the “korsi”, a …

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Saaznawaz Gharana preserves Sufiana’s musical heritage in Kashmir

Saaznawaz Gharana, a family from downtown Srinagar, protects Kashmiri Sufiana music and the eighth generation of the family remains well connected to their musical roots. Kashmir is one of the few regions in India with a distinct regional tradition of classical music as well as a rich repertoire of folk …

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Seattle Center Festál celebrates milestone with 24 cultural festivals in 2022

As the Seattle Center Festál celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2022, it ushers in a new era of hybrid events with an early return to in-person cultural festivals presented between February 12 and November 5. The unique and enduring series, which forms the basis of public programming at the Seattle …

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Two owls find a way to help Afghan people at Philadelphia airport

At the end of August, the mayor’s office and the office of immigrant affairs in Philadelphia asked the office of international affairs in Temple to issue a call for volunteer interpreters. The city needed native speakers of Dari, Urdu, Pashto and Farsi at the Philadelphia International Airport to help evacuees …

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NATION / WORLD BRIEFS: December 13, 2021 | Local news

Inflation is painfully high, but some relief can come NEW YORK – Inflation is painfully high, but we hope it’s almost as bad as it gets. Consumer prices rose 6.8% for the 12 months ending in November, a 39-year high. Many economists expect inflation to stay close to this level …

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Iranian singer Hamed Shirbeygi conquers the hearts of music lovers around the world with his growing list of hit singles in Farsi and Kurdish

Iranian-born Australian musician, poet and singer Hamed Shirbeygi wins the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life with his ever-expanding repertoire of lyrical creations. Hamed Shirbeygi continues to delight audiences around the world by recording new singles in Farsi and Kurdish. The Iranian-born musician, poet and singer has …

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US foils Iranian arms smuggling attempt in Arabian Sea to Yemen’s Houthis

BEIRUT: Tuesday, at the request of President Emmanuel Macron, the Ambassador of France to Lebanon Anne Griot informed the Lebanese President Michel Aoun of the tour of the Gulf of Macron, in particular his visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia who “expressed its commitment to help Lebanon, underlining the …

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Singer Alireza Qorbani will be back in concerts in Germany and Switzerland

TEHRAN – Iranian singer Alireza Qorbani has announced two concerts in Germany and Switzerland this month in what will be one of his few concerts since the COVID-19 pandemic. His first concert will be given at the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle Stuttgart Mozart-Saal, in Stuttgart on Saturday. The Théâtre du …

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Huge explosion reported near Iranian nuclear facility

A huge explosion has been reported near an Iranian nuclear facility. image: google Huge explosion reported near Iranian nuclear facility There have been unconfirmed reports from Iran that a huge explosion occurred near the Natanz nuclear power plant. This is located in the Badroud region of Iran. No clear information …

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Civilians among 10 dead in attack on northern Iraq blamed on Daesh: officials

DUBAI There are two main types of pavilions at Expo 2020 Dubai: ‘self-built’ pavilions which were funded by the participating countries themselves, and those which received financial support or were built entirely by the exposure. Despite an unpretentious exterior, the Jordan Pavilion – which is housed in a structure built …

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Reviews | Omicron variant creates a lot of anxiety

Bret: Fair point. But I would still like to live in cities where people don’t feel free to smoke methamphetamine pipes next to Macy’s in broad daylight, homeless settlements don’t pop up under highway overpasses and drugstores n You don’t have to put toothpaste and other trivial items behind locked …

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Khruangbin on tour, to perform in St. Louis – St. Louis Call Newspapers

Khruangbin will perform at the Pageant on December 14. Khruangbin has not performed a show for over a year. The psych-rock trio from Houston also never performed any of the songs on last year’s album, “Mordechai”, on stage. So bassist Laura Lee, drummer Donald Ray “DJ” Johnson Jr. and guitarist …

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I can’t expect the Taliban to change

The restrictions are vague and subject to various interpretations, which would give the Taliban ample opportunity to crack down on anyone It increasingly appears that the second round of the ruling Taliban is heading towards a clone of the first (1996-2001). Women had been denied all of their basic human …

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“Girl with a golden ear”: radio hit singer Rosalie Trombley dies at 82

LOS ANGELES (AP) – A group of thieves smashed the windows of a department store in a luxury shopping mall in Los Angeles, triggering a police chase just days after high-end Bay Area stores of San Francisco were targeted. The latest incident in a nationwide crush and kidnapping crime trend …

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UN Nuclear Observatory chief pushes for better access to Iran

By NASSER KARIMI and JON GAMBRELL, The Associated Press TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – The head of the United Nations atomic watchdog meets with Iranian officials to push for greater access to the Islamic Republic. The visit to Tehran on Tuesday precedes the resumption of diplomatic talks over Iran’s tattered nuclear …

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Artists asking for artists: Ardalan and Walker & Royce

Recently, Rules Don’t Apply unveiled its new series, SPLITTING, which features two tracks and at least two artists each coming out. CUP 001 is led by Walker & Royce and Ardalan’s collaborative project, Escapade, and features a meeting between VNSSA and Lenny Kiser. Rules Don’t Apply is a fitting progression …

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US FTC Says Court Should Allow Antitrust Lawsuit Against Facebook, Telecom News, ET Telecom

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday that a federal court should allow an antitrust lawsuit it filed against Facebook to continue because the company “interfered with the competitive process by targeting emerging threats through exclusionary behavior ”. In August, the FTC updated its antitrust …

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‘We are ready for anything’: Sydney Film Festival 2022 unveils full program | Sydney Film Festival 2022

A melting 2.7-tonne iceberg will be suspended 20 meters above Sydney Harbor for 10 hours a day as part of the 2022 Sydney Festival. The free event, titled Thaw, is a new work by physical theater company Legs On the Wall, and is a dramatic theatrical statement on the need …

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AP Top News at 1:04 am EST

Posted on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 | 9:00 p.m. Updated Tuesday November 9, 2021 | 10:04 p.m. As many try to live with the virus, China maintains zero tolerance TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) – Wang Lijie planned to spend three days in the Gobi Desert last month to admire the region’s …

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THE SHOVEL | 2022 Azrieli Music Prize winners announced

(Left to right): Iman Habibi, Aharon Harlap and Rita Ueda (Photo courtesy of the Azrieli Music Prize) The Azrieli Foundation has announced the three winners of the 2022 Azrieli Music Awards (AMP). Azrieli Commission for Jewish Music: Iman Habibi Azrieli Prize for Jewish Music: Aharon harlap Azrieli Commission for Canadian …

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Leeds Film Festival selects Iranian films

TEHRAN – Five films by Iranian filmmakers will be screened at the 35th Leeds International Film Festival on Wednesday. A highlight of the films is Panah Panahi’s “Hit the Road”, which will compete in the official section. He follows a family and their mysterious journey through rural Iran. From the …

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Glasgow refugee musicians take center stage at COP26

THEY came together through a common love of music and the shared experience of fleeing danger in their home country. Today, a group of asylum-seeking and refugee musicians from Glasgow will take center stage at the climate summit that the world is watching. Aref Ghorbani of Musicians in Exile told …

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Businesses are taking on new forms

A Sydney dental clinic that looks like a day spa, or maybe the lobby of a chic boutique hotel? What happened to de rigueur blue mouthwash and hard plastic waiting room chairs? A trendy Brisbane barbershop that looks like a nightclub? What happened to the usual steampunk style and dark …

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Soundstreams Announces Details on LOVE SONGS World Premiere

Lawrence Cherney, founding artistic director of Soundstreams, today announced additional details about the company’s world premiere production of Love songs, as part of the company’s 2021/22 season. Digital streaming of Love Songs will begin on November 19, 2021. Claude Vivier’s travels to Bali and to the Iranian city of Shiraz …

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Seven of the world’s greatest propaganda palaces aren’t where you’d expect them to be

The “espionage lair” in Tehran, Iran. Photo: Alamy Despite the impenetrable sounding name, it’s relatively easy to infiltrate the Iranian spy lair, once you’ve negotiated the psychological traps of the surrounding garden of anti-arrogance. A skeleton-faced Statue of Liberty wall statue rumbles from outside the den’s barbed-wire ramparts. Lady Liberty …

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Iranian films on the program of the Mostra-Sao Paulo festival

TEHRAN – Ten films by Iranian directors will be screened in different sections of the 45th edition of the Mostra-Sao Paulo International Film Festival in Brazil. Director Asghar Farhadi’s drama “A Hero” will compete in the international perspective of the festival, which runs from October 21 to November 3. The …

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Live music returns to the Mondavi Center this week

Starting this week, the public will once again be able to attend live concerts at Jackson Hall, after a rest period of approximately 18 months due to the COVID pandemic. The large ensembles appearing on stage Thursday and Friday will provide a stark contrast in terms of the music they …

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Shujaat Khan’s new album is an ode to Rumi’s poetry

This pale is an Indo-Persian ensemble that musically interprets the poetry of Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi. Grammy-nominated sitarist and composer Shujaat Husain Khan collaborated with Iranian-American singer Katayoun Goudarzi for this six-track album which also features Iranian artist ney (wind instrument used in Middle Eatsern music) Shaho Andalibi and Shariq …

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Francis Collins steps down as director of NIH – WashPost

The director of the National Institutes of Health, Francis Collins, is expected to announce his resignation on Tuesday after 12 years in the post, Politics first reported. Why is this important: The 71-year-old pioneer physician-geneticist is the only appointed presidential NIH director to serve in more than one jurisdiction. Collins …

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Iranian pavilion praised by Expo 2020 visitors

TEHRAN – The Iranian pavilion at the prestigious Expo 2020 Dubai was praised by visitors, CHTN reported on Saturday. Visitors are invited to soak up the ancient land in terms of rituals, crafts, cultural heritage and travel destinations. The pavilion also reveals more about medical tourism, new startups and the …

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Kurdish music overcame harsh oppression

Although it has been completely banned and brutally suppressed by the Turkish, Iranian, Syrian and Iraqi regimes for decades, Kurdish music has survived and flourished. In the past, Kurdish musicians have been arrested for their Kurdish songs and even killed by these regimes. These regimes banned everything related to Kurdish …

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AmirMafia, one of the first Persian rappers to go mainstream

Over the past two decades, several hip-hop musicians have emerged, disrupting many long-standing conventions in the industry. One such example is Amirali Azimzadeh aka AmirMafia, a Persian artist who established himself in the wild Old West purely on the basis of his exceptional talents and of course his determination and …

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Parallel play isn’t just for kids

“Want to read quietly next to each other in Riverside Park?” I texted a friend on a Sunday afternoon in July. I was exhausted from being out too late the night before and filled with the terror that hangs on those last weekend hours – but I didn’t want to …

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Thousands of Haitian migrants remain in the United States

“At least 25 percent of families include pregnant women,” Mr. Villarreal said. “Some of them have been traveling for weeks from South America in extremely difficult conditions.” Families are tested for Covid-19 upon arrival at the Houston shelter and are then given a change of food, water and underwear, in …

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Nevermind at 30: How the Nirvana album rocked the world

When Nirvana released Nevermind in September 1991 (on major label Geffen, following the band’s emergence on Seattle indie SubPop), the album’s explosive success followed a European tour and was a shock to the mainstream system (the Chairman of Geffen, Ed Rosenblatt described it as “one of those discs ‘get out …

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Under the Taliban, the thriving Afghan music scene moves towards silence

By BERNAT ARMANGUE September 22, 2021 GMT https://apnews.com/article/entertainment-middle-east-music-arts-and-entertainment-afghanistan-a2ac1095df0568387d6cee15eb82a3b5 KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) – A month after the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, the music is starting to calm down. The last time the militant group ruled the country, in the late 1990s, they banned music altogether. So far this time, the …

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Amnesty International calls for the immediate release of Toomaj Salehi

Amnesty International has called for the immediate and unconditional release of dissident Iranian rapper Toomaj Salehi. In a series of tweets on Friday, the international human rights watchdog said: “Iranian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release #TomajSalehi, a dissident rap artist detained solely for exercising his right to freedom. expression. …

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How Ibrahim Kamara found his place in fashion

Beyond the covers Mr. Kamara’s work tends to flirt at the intersection of raw realism, pop culture tropes, and the alternate realities he creates. Of his first covers for Dazed, one spotlighted fit Nigerian activists holding their national flag; another showed a young black man in a Gucci tracksuit and …

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