List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2006-09-09

    Midnight Approaches Orange County

    Orange County Saturday - September 9, 2006     07:06 AM

    The Translation Project invites you to a screening of an evocative, multi-dimentional and entertaining DVD of films based on contemporary Iranian poetry:

    Midnight Approaches...
    Created by Niloufar Talebi

    Featuring the poems of Ziba Karbassi, Abbas Saffari, Partow Nooriala, Majid Naficy, Saghi Ghahraman and Reza Farmand, this innovative film project makes this poetry accessible to all.

    Trailer available at http://www.thetranslationproject.com/index.php?cat=45

    In addition to the screenings, Talebi collaborates with tar master, Sahba Motallebi, in a dramatic bilingual reading of selected poetry she translated for An Anthology of Contemporary Iranian Poetry Around the World (forthcoming 2007).

    Mehgregan Persian Festival
    Orange County Fair and Exposition Center,
    88 Fair Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    September 9 and 10
    3 pm film screening
    4 pm live stage performance

    For information about The Translation Project, visit www.thetranslationproject.com

    “I found the marriage of visual, musical and poetic imagery in Niloufar Talebi's work to be touching, effective and an ideal way to discover and appreciate contemporary Iranian poetry.”
    -Michael Tilson Thomas
    -Musical director of the San Francisco Symphony

    11th Annual Persian Harvest Festival

    Orange County Saturday - September 9, 2006     11:00 AM

    THOUSANDS EXPECTED AT THE PERSIAN HARVEST FESTIVAL



    IN ORANGE COUNTY, CA



    September 9th-10th 2006



    IRVINE, CA – July 1, 2006– the Network of Iranian-American Professionals of Orange County



    (NIPOC) on behalf of the Southern California based Persian Community announces the 11th



    Annual Persian Harvest Festival of Autumn (Mehregan) on



    Orange County Fair & Exposition Center, 88 Fair Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626



    On the 10 years anniversary, this two-day event will attract more attendees this year. Many



    national, state, and local community and political leaders are expected at the festival.



    Mehregan (pronounced ‘meh-re-gahn’), is a celebration of nature honoring the ancient Persian



    Goddess Mehr, the spirit of love, knowledge and commitment. This two-day outdoor family



    event celebrating nature and the seasons, is a showcase of many aspects of Persian culture from



    exhibits, art, pop and traditional music, folk dance, crafts, ancient sports, live performances,



    movies, children's activities and exotic food. Held at the Orange County Fair & Exposition in



    Costa Mesa, this event grows more popular each year with thousands of visitors. Over 100



    exhibitors sell everything from intricate Persian rugs, Authentic Persian Food to modern art.



    This festival is organized by the Persian Community Volunteers of Southern California as a nonprofit



    event. Hundreds of people in the county's large Persian community volunteer their time



    and talents to bring Orange County the sights, sounds and tastes of ancient Persia and modern



    Iran. Further information is available at www.nipoc.org Or by calling (949) 851-3993.



    From: bahman





    Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma - Santoor and Tabla Concert

    New York Saturday - September 9, 2006     05:00 PM

    Asha for Education NYC/NJ



    presents



    Santoor maestro Pandit Shivkumar Sharma - Live in concert



    Awarded Pandma Vibhushan & Padmashree by President of India





    Saturday, Sep 9, 5PM



    Fashion Institute of Technology



    227 W 27th St. New York





    Through his performance career of over a half century, Pandit Shivkumar Sharma has endeared musical connoisseurs and freshmen alike and has earned a distinct place for himself in the annals of the great indian musicians. Accompanying him would be Pandit Rahul Sharma, his son, already an accomplished Santoor player himself and Aditya Kalyanpur, a prized percussionist and disciple of legendary Ustad Alla Rakha and Ustad Zakir Hussain



    Tickets : $31, $41, $51, $81, $101, $151



    $151 includes an elegant banquet with the artists



    For tickets please call Jitu: 646.509.7379

    OR Jignasa: 718-675-9877



    or visit : http://www.ashanet.org/nycnj/noh to buy tickets.



    Where:

    Fashion Institute of Technology

    227 W 27th st

    New York, New York

    US/Canada



    When:

    Sep 9 2006 5:00PM



    No. of Admission : $31, $41, $51, $81, $101, $151

    $151 includes an elegant banquet with the artists



    Contact :

    Jitendra Borse: 646-509-7379

    Jignasa: 718-675-9877

    Interfaith Dialogue

    Saturday - September 9, 2006     06:00 PM

    Noor-va-Danesh, the Association of Muslim Iranians in Northeast United States, will be presenting its 2nd Interfaith Conferences with the goal of fostering unity and solidarity among adherents of all Abrahamic religions.



    Entire community is urged to actively participate in this free and open to public event, and to engage in an exciting program that should be of great interest and relevance to everyone.



    Check www.NoorvaDanesh.com for more details.

    Axis of Evil Comedy Show Returns to SF

    Bay Area - San Francisco Saturday - September 9, 2006     07:30 PM

    The Axis of Evil Comedy Show Returns to San Francisco

    Featuring - Maz Jobrani, Aron Kader, Sam Tripoli, Dean Obeidallah, Maysoon Zayid, and Ali Mafi

    Saturday, Sept. 9th at 7:30pm

    The Palace of Fine Arts

    Tickets - www.cityboxoffice.com

    Info - www.axisofevilcomedy.com

    Recommended for 13 and Older

    10% of all proceeds will got to Mercy Corps for humanitarian relief in Lebanon.

    Darvag Theater presents Suitcase by Farhad Ayeesh

    Bay Area - San Francisco Saturday - September 9, 2006     08:00 PM

    Darvag Theatre Presents



    Suitcase (Chamédân)



    An Iranian Tragicomedy with Global Reverberations



    Written by Farhad Ayeesh

    Translated by Bella Warda



    Co-directed by Jim Cave and Mansour Taeed



    Note: The play will be in English



    September 2 through September 24, 2006

    Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8 pm & Sundays at 7 pm



    Opening Night: Thursday, September 7



    Intersection for the Arts

    446 Valencia Street, San Francisco.

    (between 15th and 16th Streets, Intersection is only one block away from 16th Street BART. This event is wheel chair accesible)



    Tickets: $15.00 to $20.00, sliding scale

    Thursdays Pay-What-You-Can



    Information/Reservation: 510.595.4607

    Purchase Tickets at the theatre box office or www.darvag.org



    Darvag, is pleased to return to the Intersection with Suitcase, Farhad Ayeesh’s seminal work presented for the first time in English. Translated from the original Farsi by Bella Warda, Suitcase (Chamédân) explores issues of identity and displacement from an Iranian perspective with global reverberations. The plot is driven by a series of spontaneous and stylized social engagements. Characters from all walks of life portrayed by a multicultural cast enter a transitory space with a suitcase in hand that never leaves their side. They exchange glances, share stories, opinions and at times seemingly meaningless banter. Bound by their cultural ties and revelations, the travelers find solace in their interactions in contrast with their omni-present reality; a stark reminder that they are in an unknown space facing an uncertain future.

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