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Folklore Choreography, Songs at Niavaran Center

Folklore Choreography,  Songs at Niavaran CenterFolklore Choreography,  Songs at Niavaran Center

Iranian art group Mantreh is to perform folklore choreography alongside traditional songs by Arezoonak ensemble for a women-only audience at Niavaran Cultural Center in north Tehran on May 13-14.
The joint concert “The Color of Pomegranate” aims to revitalize old musical rituals and ethnic dances from Iran, Honaronline reported on its Persian website.
It will perform a combination of various traditional choreographies, while the music band, led by Fahimeh Azimi, who plays ney, daf and tonbak, will bestow a new concord to the old songs.  
Mantreh art group, managed by Mona Arastoo, has worked on ethnic choreography in Iran for more than ten years.


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