List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2004-04-23

    MIT International Fair (I-Fair).

    Boston Friday - April 23, 2004     09:00 AM

    We welcome you to visit the MIT Persian Students Association booth at the
    There will be food, displays, flags, music, dance, and other sights from over 25
    different cultural groups, including our own throughout the I-fair. It
    should be a fun time for all. We will have a dance performance at about 3:45pm.

    When: Friday, April 23,9Am-6pm
    Where: Kresge Oval at MIT

    Shahnameh khani

    Bay Area - South Bay Friday - April 23, 2004     06:00 PM


    Doostaan:

    Ba dorood, our next meeting of Shahnameh khani will be held this Friday, April 23, 2004. At this meeting, we'll continue the Love story of Bejan & Manejeh.

    Time: Gathering begins at 6:00 PM and the meeting promptly at 6:30

    Place: De Anza College, Multicultural Center (MCC), Room MCC-11 . MCC is the closest building to Parking lot "A". We have been given a waiver for parking fees in lot "A". For a map of the campus, visit http://ferdosi.org/directions.htm

    Note: Do not forget to purchase your $2.00 parking ticket.

    P.S. The meeting after next will be held on Friday May 7 , 2004.

    "Theoretical basis of Iranian Traditional music"

    Boston Friday - April 23, 2004     06:30 PM

    A Lecture and Demonstration by Master Ali Zarrin

    About the Program:
    Iranian music has a rich and ancient heritage which has been handed down
    from masters to students for generations. Its nuances
    and intricacies are as delicate as a Persian miniature; its spirit is that
    of the great mystics. This lecture will be a discussion to gain a better
    understanding of the history, structure, intervals, performance and musical
    instruments. It is mainly based on older documents/research done on this
    music rather than western methodologies. Ali Zarrin is the direct
    descendant of master musicians Majid Kiani, Parviz Meshkatian and Asghar
    Bahari. The Persian Santour is an instrument from which the hammer dulcimer
    and Piano are derived. The brilliant sound of Santour comes from light
    wooden hammers striking the many strings. Variants of Santour are found
    through out the world, including North America (Hammer Dulcimer), China
    (Yang qin), Hungary (Cymbalon) among others. This is a unique experience
    and introduction to a deeply rooted musical tradition in the Middle East,
    particularly Iran.

    Sponsored by the MIT Persian Students Association

    Where: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge MA
    Building 4 Room 4-231
    When: Friday April 23, 2004
    6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

    Please RSVP by Friday Noon to amostash@mit.edu
    Refreshments will be Provided.

    Davod Azad & Ensemble (Concert)

    Europe - UK Friday - April 23, 2004     07:30 PM

    Davod Azad & Ensemble (Concert): A mix music of Rumi & Bach 23. April 2004 - Cambridge, UK, 07:30 pm - University of Cambrigde - Cambridge 25. April 2004 - 07:30 pm - St. John's Smith Sqr. - London
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