Niavaran cultural centre lullabies

Lullabies will whisk you away to sleepy town!

Diane Ensemble, a local female musical group will perform a collection of lullabies at for children and parents at Niavaran Cultural Centre in Tehran on Christmas Day (December 25), according to a report from Tehran’s FT.

The event dubbed ‘International Lullabies’ will whisk you off to sleepy town with their magical mix of rhythm and orchestra. This is the second year in a row a local musical group will perform an event like this in Tehran.

Lotfi has collected the musical pieces from Iran and Azerbaijan Republic as well as countries in Latin America and Europe.

Who’s singing?

The vocal ensemble comprises a choir of eight woman soprano and alto singers and a pianist who will perform a repertoire of lullabies from several nations. Also, several other folk songs from a variety of communities from across the world will be part of the international sound mix.

Founded three years ago, the ensemble participated in the first Choir Competition of Iran and Germany in 2016 in Tehran and finished second, being beaten by a German singing group. The upcoming event is their second independent concert in Tehran and tickets are expected to sell out fast.

Niavaran Cultural Centre is located at Farhangsara St., across from Niavaran Park, on Pasdaran Street.

Where to buy?

Tickets are still available for the event on the Tiwall.com website as well as through telephone reservation on 021 22287081 at the Niavaran Cultural Centre.

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