List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2005-03-12

    Kavosh Celebrates International Women's Day

    Bay Area - East Bay Saturday - March 12, 2005     06:30 PM

    Social Taboos and Sexual Desires

    "Zohre & Manouchehr"

    (with English subtitles)

    Written & directed by Mitra Farahani

    Followed by a discussion in Persian

    Saturday March 12, 2005

    University of California, Berkeley

    Evans Hall Building
    Room 10

    Admisson $5

    Not appropriate for children under 15

    Info: 408-243-2222

    From: Shirindokht Nourmanesh (

    Iranian New Year Party (Norouz 1384)

    Ontario - Waterloo Saturday - March 12, 2005     07:30 PM

    * * * * * * * * Norouz 1384 * * * * * * * * *

    Come celebrate Iranian (Persian) New Year, Norouz, as it marks the beginning
    of Spring and the rejuvenation of nature.

    There will be music, food, apperizers and traditional pastries.

    Saturday, March 12, 2005 @ 7:30pm
    Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex
    101 Father David Bauer Drive, Waterloo, ON
    Admission: $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
    For Tickets call (519) 721-7443 or (519) 72-234556
    Tickets also available at Shandiz and Mediterranean Market
    More info:

    From: Ehsan Mirhadi (

    Traveling Beyond Time & Space... A World Music Concert

    California - Santa Barbara Saturday - March 12, 2005     07:30 PM

    March 12, 2005 @ 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church of Santa Barbara, 1500 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Reservation: Call (805) 966-7162 or send email: or visit:

    Beautiful seaside city of Santa Barbara is hosting Alan Kushan and his band for an exciting evening of mystical music... Share a few sips of his incredible potion of the love and wisdom and reach a new level of mystical understanding about music and the journey of life on this earth and beyond.

    Following numerous successful performances these finest leading musicians will play together, in Santa Barbara. They will have an extremely colorful sound universe concert, where Classical Persian composition meets jazz, blues, and world music with an innovative avant-garde soundscape. The music has an exotic, eastern feel with an unusual time signature.

    The interconnection of musical colors relates to the tranquil mind environment that Director, Alan Kushan, has absorbed since childhood. The electrifying and mesmerizing performance of Alan Kushan and his band will resonate within all who seek love, peace, and knowledge. Many people have commented that Alan’s spiritual space music radiates warmth, depth, love, and what moves in him has been transformed to others. It is wonderful to hear someone so passionately and touchingly play music of the universal love, serenity, and peace.


    Masters of Prsian Music

    Boston Saturday - March 12, 2005     08:00 PM

    World Music peresents:
    Explores the rich heritage of Persian classical music and ancient Sufi and contemporary poetry. The concert features three of the most important figures in classical Persian music: Iran's greatest vocalist Mohammad Reza Shajarian, Hossein Alizadeh on tar (long-necked plucked lute) and Kayhan Kalhor on kamancheh (spiked fiddle). They will be accompanied by Shajarian's son Homayoun Shajarian on tombak (goblet drum) and vocals.

    When: Saturday, March 12, 8:00 pm
    Where: Berklee Performance Center
    136 Massachusetts Avenue DIRECTION

    For more info click here or call: (617) 876-4275
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