FarsNewsAgency - خبرگزاري فارس
Turkish / Persian / Arabic / English 11  Safar  1430 /  Friday 06 Feb 2009 / 18 Bahman 1387 a
Tehran - 07:48 / GMT - 04:18

Mainpage


All Stories

Politics
Economy
Social
World
Culture
Foreign Policy
Nuclear
Sports
Science
Art
Defence
Photo


Search

Contact us

About us


News number: 8709201113

15:24 | 2008-12-10

Art

نسخه چاپي ارسال به دوستان

Fajr Int'l Music Festival Underway in Tehran, Shiraz

TEHRAN (FNA)- The 24th Fajr International Music Festival kicked off here on Tuesday at several different concert halls and cultural centers in Tehran and Shiraz.


Image Reporting
-------------------------------


The different halls of Vahdat, Rudaki, the City Theater as well as Niavaran and Honar cultural centers played host to several performances on the first day.

Some of the performances were also held at the Azadi Tower and Tehran's National Grand Hall, MNA reported.

Women's musical groups lead by conductors Sayeh Sodeifi, and Mahshad Bonakdarnia also performed at Vahdat Hall, while Rudaki Hall was host to the women's bands of "Yavaran", "Medina", and "Zagros".

At the international section, the Tarhana Band of Turkey, Romania, the Netherlands, and Iran performed their joint productions.

The main hall of Tehran's City Theater Complex played host to various groups including "Khosravan", "Farabi Hamedani", "Sayeh Sar", and "Mehr-Afaq Khorasan".

Niavaran Cultural Center hosted performances by several bands lead by conductors Amir Sadeq Kanjani, Milad Alami, and Kiavash Amiri.

Pop singer Mohsen Yeganeh also gave a performance at Tehran's National Grand Hall.

The Iranian Artists Forum also held the seminar "A Review of Educational Programs of Music Schools over the Past 30 Years" on the side section of the festival.

The Hafez Hall of Shiraz also is playing host to the music festival this year. The program began with a performance by the local music group of Bushehr "Lian" on the first day.

The Fajr Music Festival will continue until December 12 in Shiraz and December 16 in Tehran.