Salem Coming With ‘Singing Games’
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Salem Coming With ‘Singing Games’

Iran’s Children Orchestra, directed by veteran composer and pianist Soudabeh Salem, 63, is going to stage a collection of ‘Singing Games’ from folk and oral culture.
‘Singing Games’ will be a one-hour performance in which children play a number of traditional games accompanied by rhymes and songs.
The performance is slated for September 14-15 at 11 am at Vahdat Hall, according to the website of Tiwall (tiwall.com) where tickets are available. Vahdat Hall is located on Shahryar Blvd, Hafez Street, south of Enqelab Avenue.
Salem enjoys creating performances in which children are the focus. She has spoken about the rapid growth of music productions for the youth in recent years. “Today’s parents try to meet the cultural needs of their children … Educators should consider the prominent role of music in children’s emotional and cultural growth,” she said.
Salem founded Iran’s Children Orchestra to promote children’s music. She has designed and conducted music therapy classes for quake-hit children of Bam in Kerman Province and has collaborated with UNICEF.
Caption: Poster of the event


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