A collection of contemporary music of various genres from around the globe will go on stage during the 4th Tehran International Contemporary Music Festival (TCMF) starting June 21 to 25, 2019.
The Tehran International Contemporary Music Festival (TCMF) is said to be the premiere contemporary music festival in Iran and has gradually become one of the most important music festivals of its kind in the Middle East.
The festival which will be held from June 21 to 25, 2019, will be staging live performances of contemporary music of various genres by artists from Poland, Iceland, Sweden, and Belgium, at venues across Tehran, including the Roudaki Hall and the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
The TCMF is committed to spreading new music, promoting an international artistic and cultural communication as well as building a platform for young musicians.
The program of the 4th TCMF
Marathon of Contemporary Music (Iran) at Roudaki Hall
MFE Project / ABAN Project at Iran Music Museum
Behnoud Mohammadi (IDFT) (Iran) Roudaki Black Box
Eleknoise (Iran) at Roudaki Black Box
Geert Callaert (Belgium) at Roudaki Hall
Barbara Borowicz and Bartosz Saldan duet (Poland) at Roudaki Hall
Ambatt (Iceland) at Roudaki Black Box
Kelariz Keshavar (Iran) at Roudaki Hall
Ivo Nilsson (Sweden) at Roudaki Hall
Tehran Festival Wind Ensemble (Iran) at Roudaki Hall
Spectro Dou (Poland, Iceland) at Roudaki Black Box
Nilper Orchestra (Iran) at Roudaki Hall
Soheil Soheili (Iran) at Roudaki Black Box
Mohammadreza Govahi (Iran) at Roudaki Black Box
Some 130 musicians in 27 ensembles from Iran, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany and Poland took part in last year’s festival. Several seminars and research-based events were also organized on the sidelines of the event.