Photo by Nicolas Tulliez
Haleh Abghari _____________________________________________________________________
Photo by H. Lee Hirsche
Interview on Ear to Ear with David Garland on WNYC (New York’s Public Radio station). You can listen to the interview and hear samples of old and recent performances at:
(Concerts of the music of Georges Aperghis and master-classes at the IFCP Festival at Mannes, June 2008.)
Voice of the Soul
Watch the video on YouTube
View photos of an installation of the video as part of an exhibit in Lecce, Italy on the theme of violence against women:
© Haleh Abghari
Past Engagements include:
A recoding of music by Frank Brickle with Cygnus Ensemble.
Soloist in Four Settings by Melinda Wagner at the Monadnock Music Festival, July 2009.
An appearance at the San Francisco MOMA with animation artist Martha Colburn, November 2009.
Guest soloist with the New York New Music Ensemble in Mario Davidovsky’s 75th birthday concert, November 2009.
Residency at the Montalvo Arts Center in California, January 2010, Dec 2010, and May 2011.
A concert of music by Georges Aperghis with Bent Frequency in Atlanta, March 2010.
Artist-in-residence at the University of California at Davis, premiering a work written for her by Eric Moe, April 2010
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Fall Concerts & Master Class:
Eight Songs for a Mad King by Peter Maxwell Davies
Part of the Contemporary Music Festival
Celebrating the Music of Peter Maxwell Davies (Guest of Festival)
Forbes Center for the Performing Arts (Concert Hall)
James Madison University
18 Oct 2012, 8:00 PM
More info: http://www.jmu.edu/music/cmf/
Master Class for voice students at JMU
Choir Room, Music Building
17 October, 2012
This event is being rescheduled due to Hurricane Sandy.
Please check this website for updates:
World premiere of suite of arias from the new opera, Territories
Music by Andreia Pinto Correia
Libretto by Palestinian American playwright Betty Shamieh
1 Nov 2012, 8:00 PM (Postponed)
Wolfenson Hall, Institute for Advanced Study
(On stage discussion will follow)
Concert with the Barbad Chamber Ensemble
Folk Songs from Iran (Farsi & Kurdish), Turkey, Armenia, and Hungary
(Bartók & Kodály collections) and
Music by Haydn, Turina, Schimi and Heydarbeygi (world premiere),
10 Nov 2012, 7:30 PM
The Steinway Reformed Church in Astoria (Queens, NY)
21-65 41st St, Astoria