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Lost in The Desert Sky: Kayhan Kalhor in Memory of Mohammad Reza Shajarian
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Experience a one-of-a-kind filmed concert honoring the legacy of one of Iranâ€™s greatest vocalists Mohammad Reza Shajarian (1940-2020). Brookfield Place is presenting this performance on March 22 & 23 for free in celebration of Norooz (Persian New Year) to viewers in New York or New Jersey. For viewers outside of NY and NJ pleaseÂ click hereÂ to see if the film is available in your area.
The screening is available until 11:59 PM on Tuesday, March 23. As the concert will stop streaming at 11:59 PM, the last showtime is 10:45 PM on Tuesday, March 23.
Lost in The Desert Sky: Kayhan Kalhor in Memory of Mohammad Reza Shajarian was filmed inÂ the spectacular Mahinistan Palace in Kashan, Iran and features all new music by Kayhan Kalhor performed by his ensemble and introducing vocalist Hadi Hosseini.
Here’s a sneak peek of the film:
Iranian-born Kayhan Kalhor is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso on the kamancheh (spiked fiddle), who through his many musical collaborations has been instrumental in popularizing Persian around the world and is a creative force in todayâ€™s music scene. His performances of traditional Persian music and multiple collaborations have attracted audiences around the globe. He has studied the music of Iranâ€™s many regions, in particular those of Khorason and Kordestan, and has toured the world as a soloist with various ensembles and orchestras including the New York Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lyon. He is co-founder of the renowned ensembles Dastan and Masters of Persian Music. Kalhor has composed works for Iranâ€™s most renowned vocalists Mohammad Reza Shajarian and Shahram Nazeri and has also performed and recorded with Iranâ€™s greatest instrumentalists.
Brookfield Place is a co-commissioner of this film. The film is produced by Isabel Soffer of The GeneratorsÂ and Kayhan Kalhor. Sponsored by Genelec.