Traditional Concert in Najafabad
Traditional Concert in Najafabad

Traditional Concert in Najafabad

Traditional Concert in Najafabad

Traditional vocalist and composer Vahid Taj, 34, will sing in Isfahan with his newly established orchestra.
The orchestra is called “Hamnavazan-e Taj” which will be conducted by tar player Mehdi Haqiqi, according to the Persian website Avatasvir.ir.
The concert is slated for July 26 at the 850-seat Shahrvand Hall in the city of Najafabad.
A selection of Taj’s popular songs will be performed. The concert will also present some of his new songs for the first time.
Hamnavazan-e Taj is a combination of classical and Iranian traditional instrumentalists. Rouhollah Forouzesh and Danial Jourabchi play the first violins, and Rozhin Edalat and Farshad Souri are on the second.
Dariush Hejazi plays viola. Ebrahim Qaedi is on cello and Hadi Esmaili plays contrabass. They will be accompanied by pianist Sina Karimi, percussionist Nima Davoudi and kamancheh player Farshad Souri.


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