Tehran will play host to two Jazz music events in the run-up to the Gregorian New Year with Armenian and Italian musicians descending on the capital, according to Tiwall.com ticketing website.
International music events in Iran are growing in number in recent months. Just last week, German electronic band Schiller played their first two concerts in the city to a packed-out hall in central Tehran.
Italian duo play Tehran
The first of the two separate events will be performed at Niavaran Cultural Centre on December 22 and 23 by Italian jazz duo Gianluigi Trovesi and Giani Coscia, the site reported.
Trovesi, 72, is a famous jazz saxophonist, clarinettist and composer. Born in Lombardy, a region in northern Italy, he has played several concerts around the world with his musical partner Coscia, 86 on accordion.
Tickets for this event are still available online from the website. However, like mentioned in previous articles, Tiwall is currently only available in Persian.
The Italian Jazz event is supported by Click, Nescafe Alitalia as part of a push to promote cross-cultural dialogue between Tehran and Rome.
Tickets for this event cost 80,000, 90,000, 100,000 and 110,000 Toman accordingly for different seats at the venue.
Armenian Christmas Jazz
The next Jazzy event will be held from Saturday, December 23 to Christmas Day (December 25) at Vahdat Hall in central Tehran. The event called Christmas Event Soul Friends: Jazz Standard Songs will be performed by the Armenian-Iranian musicians in the run-up to the New Year.
Music from Matt Monro, Duke Ellington, Engelbert Humperdinck and much more will be performed at Vahdat Hall according to Tiwall’s ticketing website details.
Tickets for this event, according to the site, cost 60,000 Toman for ground-level seats and a lower 50,000 Toman for the balcony seats.
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