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News number: 8101301463

10:18 | 2012-04-29

Culture

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Iranian Artists to Play 120-Person Symphonic Orchestra on Persian Gulf Day Next Year

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian symphony composer Seyed Ahmad Padash announced that his entourage is due to play a 120-person Symphonic Orchestra on the National Day of Persian Gulf next year.



A symphony was played by the same entourage on Saturday to honor Persian Gulf history in the second Persian Gulf International Art and Culture Festival and on National Day of Persian Gulf.

The symphony called 'Persian Gulf' was composed by Seyed Ahmad Padash and was played in Martyr Avini Hall in port city of Bandar Abbas.

Padash said he had done a long research with the help of historians and professors in different fields of art and culture of the region to compose the artistic piece.