List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2005-11-18

    Babak & Friends Movie

    Bay Area - San Francisco Friday - November 18, 2005     06:00 PM

    Get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the first-ever Persian cartoon, Babak and Friends - A First Norooz. Learn how everything from character design to post-production was done on a Mac.

    This is followed by the film being screened (30 minutes) so BRING the kids! it will be a fun event.



    Finally, Q & A with twriter/director DUSTIN ELIIS.

    Weekend Family-Christmas Carol

    New York Friday - November 18, 2005     07:30 PM

    A sparkling new musical based on the Dicken's classic. The powerful story of redemption has enchanted audiences the world over with its simple message of selfless giving. Ebenezer Scrooge, a most unrepetant, miserly fellow, is made to see the light, as he survives a merciless battery of revelations by the ghosts of his own Christmases: Past, Present, and Future. superb sets, live music and extraordinary cast make this new production a must see for the holidays!

    LaGuardia Performing Arts Center

    31-10 Thomson Avenue

    Long Island City, NY 11101

    November 18th 2005@7:30pm and

    November 19th 2005@ 2:00pm

    Admission: $20 Orchestra and $15 Loge area

    For more info, please call 718-482-5151or to reserve your seats!!





    Photos exhibition "Yvan Schawandascht"

    Europe - France Friday - November 18, 2005     08:00 PM

    Exposition photos d'Yvan Schawandascht

    33 ans après…mille et une photos de Perse

    Strasbourg - Eglise protestante Saint Pierre le Vieux, rue du 22 novembre

    Information: (33) 388 19 92 54





    "D’Obernai à Téhéran, Yvan SCHAWANDASCHT, 33 ans après, part à la rencontre de son père au pays des palais et des tapis volants.

    Né en juillet 1971 à Obernai, Yvan est le fruit d’un mariage entre une alsacienne et un iranien. Après deux ans de vie commune, son père quitte brusquement le ménage sans laisser d’adresse. Yvan Schawandascht grandit alors entre sa mère et ses grands parents, au cœur du vignoble alsacien, dans l’ignorance de l’existence de son père.

    C’est le coup de fil d’un inconnu qui se présente comme son père en Août 2002, qui va réveiller en lui l’absolue nécessité de remplir le vide laissé par un père absent.

    A la suite d’un bras de fer administratif qui va durer deux ans, Yvan part pour l’Iran muni de son appareil photo, à la rencontre de son père, de sa culture, et des couleurs de l’Orient. Père et fils vont alors ensemble parcourir plus de 2500 kilomètres dans l’Iran d’aujourd’hui, qui seront l’occasion de milles et une photographies.

    5000 kilomètres pour rattraper 33 ans, c’est cette expérience intérieure qu’Yvan vous propose de partager en l’église protestante Saint Pierre le Vieux à Strasbourg (rue du 22 novembre) à l'occasion d’une projection commentée le vendredi 18 novembre à 20 heures

    L’exposition photos se poursuivra le 19 et 20 novembre de 11 à 18 heures"





    Jazz Jam

    New York Friday - November 18, 2005     08:00 PM

    Jazz Jam--Latin Beats with Latin Jazz Night

    LaGuardia Performing Arts Center

    31-10 Thomson Avenue

    Long Island City, NY 11101

    November 18th 2005@8:00pm

    Admission: $7 (Students, Seniors and musicians)

    $10 general

    For more info, please call 718-482-5151 to reserve your seats!!





    PSA Stanford Fall Party

    Bay Area - San Francisco Friday - November 18, 2005     10:00 PM

    It's with great pleasure to announce the much

    anticipated PSA Fall Party. This year's party will be at an
    awesome venue, on the San Francisco Bay, at Sinbad's Pier 2 San Francisco. Dance the night away and enjoy the great view of the bay and Bay Bridge.

    Friday Nov. 18th, 10:00 PM – 1:30 AM

    Sinbad's in San Francisco, Pier 2 Embarcadero St, San Francisco

    Admission: $10 for students, $15 for non-students

    Must be 18 to get in, Must be 21 or older to drink

    ISCAO Fall Formal

    California - Davis Friday - November 18, 2005     10:00 PM

    Iranian Student Cultural & Aesthetic Organization:



    2005 Fall Formal

    Friday, November 18th

    At Pasta? restaurant located

    in downtown Davis.

    With music from Pasha



    Tickets are $15 sold online at www.iscao.com

    or at the door on the night of the event.

    Doors open at 10:30, dress to impress,

    dates are not needed to attend.

    18 to party, 21 to Bacardi.



    www.iscao.com for tickets



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    Aram Danesh & the Super Human Crew play Sweetwater, 11/18

    Bay Area - San Francisco Friday - November 18, 2005     10:00 PM

    SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA BAND

    ARAM DANESH AND THE SUPER HUMAN CREW

    GO BEYOND WORLDBEAT



    GROUP BRINGS THEIR BRAND OF GLOBE-TROTTING MUSIC TO THE SWEETWATER NIGHT CLUB ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18





    Marin County --Guitarist and songwriter Aram Danesh and his band The Super Human Crew bring their brand of genre-bending tunes to Mill Valley’s Sweetwater nightclub on Friday, November 18. The band continues to celebrate the popularity of their recently released CD, The Spot.



    Raised as a child in Iran, and later living in Switzerland, Germany, France and finally the United States, Aram Danesh’s multi-cultural upbringing has infused his guitar playing and music with a number of different cultural elements, styles, genres, and languages. His high-energy, danceable tunes blend eclectic influences of Latin, hip-hop, reggae, electronica, jazz and Middle Eastern music. He has shared the stage with Carlos Santana, Clarence Clemmons, Henry Butler and Ravi Coltrane and has performed extensively in the Bay Area, including the North Beach Jazz Festival, the Black and White Ball and a gig opening for Michael Franti during the San Francisco leg of last month’s “Passport to the World” tour.



    Today, a new global pop sensibility is emerging, one that's concerned with universal community and breaking down musical barriers. Unlike the "world beat" movement of the '80s, this sensibility is not restricted by imaginary notions of authenticity. Its roots are the dancehalls and clubs of international cities like New York, Berlin and San Francisco and its appetite for the groove - regardless of its country of origin - marks it as one of the most exciting musical developments of the new century. Aram Danesh and The Super Human Crew proves that they are on the cutting edge of this new sound.



    The Super Human Crew consists of Bay Area musicians with experience in some of the most popular bands including Vinyl, Felonious, David Grisman, Nobody From Ipanema and Beach Blanket Babylon.



    Danesh’s latest CD, The Spot, has been garnering rave reviews. Perhaps Download.com says it best when claiming “The audio alchemy directed by Aram Danesh leads you to believe he's got a PHD in chemistry. The Bay Area guitarist has put together a talented cast of musicians, rappers, vocalists and producers to execute his worldly musical vision. The eclectic grooves put forth by this ensemble contain funk, Latin, hip-hop, and jazz elements, all of which arouse a need to move your body.”



    For a review copy of The Spot or electronic photos of the Aram Danesh and the Super Human Crew, please contact Denise Lamott at (415) 897-5089 or lamoore1@verizon.net.



    CALENDAR EDITORS PLEASE NOTE:



    SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA BAND

    ARAM DANESH AND THE SUPER HUMAN CREW

    GO BEYOND WORLDBEAT

    GROUP BRINGS THEIR BRAND OF GLOBE-TROTTING MUSIC TO THE SWEETWATER NIGHT CLUB ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18



    WHO: Aram Danesh and the Super Human Crew



    WHEN: Friday, November 18; 9:30 p.m. t o1:30 a.m.



    WHERE: Sweetwater night club, 153 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley



    TICKETS: $12, available at TicketWeb.com.



    FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:



    Go to www.Sweetwatersaloon.com or call (415) 388-2820

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