15 June @ 7.30pm
About The Orchestral Music of Afghanistan
Featuring new compositions by Afghan composers living in exile, this concert celebrates the rich history of traditional Afghan music and explores how that tradition can be maintained and expanded globally at a time when making music in Afghanistan is forbidden.
Curated and conducted by Oxford Philharmonic’s Conducting Fellow Cayenna Ponchione-Bailey, the Orchestra will be joined by guest performers on traditional Afghan instruments to give performances of recently composed works by composers Elaha Soroor, Milad Yousufi, Arson Fahim, Meena Karimi, Mohsen Saifi, Qambar Nawshad, Ghafar Maliknezhad, Qudrat Wasefi and Zalai Pakta.
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Full price – £10.00, £16.00, £22.00, £30.00
Student price – from £5.00
130 minutes, including an interval of 20 minutes.
Doors open at 7.00pm in readiness for a 7.30pm concert start.
Suitable for ages 6+
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