Rahmanpour to Sing at Art Center
Rahmanpour to Sing at Art Center

Rahmanpour to Sing at Art Center

Rahmanpour to Sing at Art Center

Celebrated Lurish composer, singer, songwriter and author Iraj Rahmanpour, 60, will perform a concert on August 25 in Tehran.
Andisheh Auditorium at Hoze-Honari (Art Center) of the Islamic Propagation Organization will play host to Rahmanpour, 60, and the accompanying ensemble of ‘Hanay,’ both coming to the capital from the province of Lorestan.
The concert features a number of neo-folkloric pieces, sung in two dialects of Luri and Lak spoken by two major ethnic groups in Lorestan, Lur and Lak, according to Iran Student Correspondents Association (ISCA News).
Repertoire of the concert includes some of Rahmanpour’s golden oldies along with a number of his new compositions.
His singing style is unique. Through his life, he has searched for lost and forgotten songs and ancient rhymes. Those he finds he revives in his songs.
The concert starts at 9 pm. Andisheh Auditorium is located at the intersection of Hafez and Somayeh streets.

Short URL : https://goo.gl/Dn7dGQ
  1. https://goo.gl/M9q7SU
  • https://goo.gl/r9kopq
  • https://goo.gl/uoSJsV
  • https://goo.gl/hGafQ5
  • https://goo.gl/Eybx2f

You can also read ...

A screenshot from ‘Entracte’
The short animation ‘Entracte’, directed by Iranian graphic...
An Inside Look at JK Rowling’s Inspirations
It is 20 years since JK Rowling’s ‘Harry Potter and the...
Online Art Sale
Tehran-based Artibition Online Gallery will hold a special art...
Unusually Large Paintings
‘Pyromania,’ the irresistible urge to start fire, is the...
Road Going Nowhere
Photographer Farzan Shams is holding an exhibition of road...
Collage-Like Paintings
Veteran painter Nosratollah Moslemian has presented a...
National Library and Archives Organization in Tehran
A collection of pictures and documents from the Qajar era (...
Game Production Contest
Iranian game enthusiasts have been invited by Iran Game...

Add new comment

Read our comment policy before posting your viewpoints

Enter the characters shown in the image.