“کاروانسرا در مسیر راه ابریشم”
با ما همراه شوید در سفری به یادماندنی در “مسیر باستانی راه ابریشم” . سفری در دنیای موسیقی و رقص که فرهنگهای گوناگون و گاه باستانی را در سرتاسر این مسیر، از شرق آسیا تا اروپا به هم می پیوندد.
هنرمندانی از بهترینهای موسیقی استرالیای جنوبی در “کاروانسرا در مسیر راه ابریشم” اجرا خواهند داشت، هنرمندان توانمندی از ملیتهای مختلف که اکنون استرالیای جنوبی را خانه میخوانند.
از موسیقی عربی سرزمین شام تا رقص قزاق، از رقص پا تا نوای چنگ، با هم در میانه فرهنگها و تاریخ سفر خواهیم کرد.
“انجمن فرهنگی ایرانیان استرالیای جنوبی” مفتخر است کنسرت ” کاروانسرا در مسیر راه ابریشم” را شنبه ۱۹ اکتبر ۲۰۱۹، ۵ بعد از ظهر، همزمان با فستیوال سالانه OzAsia در صالن مجلل ۲۰۰۰ نفری Adelaide Festival Theater برگزار نماید.
به پاس گوناگونی نژاد در جامعه چند فرهنگی استرالیای جنوبی، هنرمندانی از ۲۰ ملیت را برای اجرای این کنسرت بینظیر گرد هم آورده ایم ، هنر مندانی با پیشینه ای پربار از فرهنگ و تاریخ.
بعد از اتمام کنسرت ” کاروانسرا در مسیر راه ابریشم” نیز از فستیوال “moon lantern” و آتش بازی در محل Elder park لذت ببرید.
جهت تهیه بلیط به لینک زیر مراجعه فرمایید.
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C Reserve $20
Adelaide Festival Theatre
Saturday 19 October 2019
Presented by the Persian Cultural Association of SA
Take an enthralling and romantic musical journey along the Old Silk Road. A journey with many strands connecting the diverse and sometimes ancient cultures that stretch from East Asia across the continent to Europe
Featuring special guest artists alongside the best South Australian world music performers, Silk Road Caravanserai showcases talented artists from many of the new communities that now call South Australia home. From Arabic music ensembles of the Levant to Cossack dances from the Steppes or Oriental Harps this concert will delight and fascinate as we journey together through time and cultures
The Persian Cultural Association of SA is proud to present Silk Road – Caravanserai as its contribution to the 2019 OzAsia Festival Program in the Festival Theater, on Saturday 19th October at 5 pm. The concert will bring together artists with heritage from over 20 ethnic and cultures to celebrate the vibrancy of South Australian multiculturalism
After the concert, stay on to enjoy OzAsia’s famous Moon Lantern Parade and Fireworks at 8 pm in Elder Park
Headlining the concert is Tenzin Choegyal acclaimed as “The voice of the Himalayas” and a world recognized performer (singer & lute) of the nomadic Tibetan folk music tradition. With 9 albums and many amazing musical collaborations Tenzin has performed around Australia including at the Sydney Opera House and was recently filmed by the ABC Foreign Correspondent program. We are proud to present Shohrat Tursun & Uyghur Dancers who present the UNESCO recognized song cycle of the Ugyhurs ‘Muqam’. Adelaide’s foremost Chinese musicians Zhao Liang and David Dai will present traditional music for Guzheng and Erhu as well as featuring a Chinese Harp Ensemble from the Adelaide School of Chinese Music
The concert travels across the Asian continent taking in many of the ancient routes and meeting the cultures of the Silk Road with dynamic performances from acclaimed sufi-singer Farhan Shah who has been dubbed ‘the Pakistani Pavaroti’. Hindustani music will be beautifully presented by Sabika Jasmine & Group. As we journey West we will meet the Sorna Persian Traditional Music Ensemble and Farid Drokhshan’s Afghan music group
Complementing the music will be some special intimate dance presentations of Kurdish, Afghan Uzbek, Armenian and Persian dancers and featuring Cossack Ukrainian dance ensemble.
Merging with Europe and the Mediterranean the Silk Road will celebrate Arabic classical music with the Levant from the SA Arabic Music group, popular Syrian singer Zuhir Naji and earthy Greek music from Stratos Pikramenos group
A feature of this event is the creation of a Silk Road Ensemble of sixteen musicians and singers presenting dynamic cross-cultural compositions featuring percussionist Satomi Ohnishi, flautist Kerryn Schofield, and including Syrians Ahmad Sadik darabuka master and Zuhir Naji on Oud, They will be supported by Farhan Shah, Sabika Jasmine, Shivani Preston, Anne Harrington, David Dai and members of the Sorna Persian Ensemble
Tenzin Choegyal is a Tibetan artist, composer, activist, musical director and cultural ambassador. Born to a family of Tibetan nomads, Tenzin Choegyal proudly continues the unbroken nomadic lineage which is central to his musical repertoire. His musical collaborations with classical string ensembles and African, Indian, indigenous Australian and Mongolian musicians, resulting in many innovative and evocative performances.
While it is vital to keep these Tibetan musical traditions alive, Tenzin also believes an even more precious legacy is that of Tibetan warm-heartedness, as personified by Tibet’s spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Over the years, he has enjoyed a successful international career as a musician, playing at such prestigious events as WOMAD and for Tibet House at Carnegie Hall, New YorkIn 2008 Tenzin founded the annual Festival of Tibet in Brisbane, Australia, which showcases Tibetan culture. Through his music and cultural activities such as the Brisbane Festival of Tibet, Himalayan Film Festival and Women with Wisdom concert series (Sydney Opera House, Federation Square) Tenzin shares the Tibetan story of what it really means in being human though his art.
In addition to his solo performances, Tenzin is an avid collaborator with musicians from diverse cultures, traditions and genres. With his world music band Tibet2Timbuk2, classical western (with Camerata -Chamber Orchestra), contemporary (with Philip Glass), Michael Askill and ancient traditional (with didgeridoo master William Barton), Tenzin has released six independent albums and recently collaborated with Philip Glass on the score for the film ‘The Last Dalai Lama?’. With Laurie Anderson, Tenzin is now working on an interpretation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead to be release by the Smithsonian Institution in 2019.
SLAVA Ukrainian Cultural Centre Inc was established in May 2018 and since then has played a prominent role in the multicultural life of South Australia.
SLAVA dancers have performed in more than 15 Multicultural Festivals and events since its establishment, such as Gumeracha Medieval Fair, Norwood Greek Festival, Dozinki Polish Festival, Willunga Almond Blossom Festival, Nature Day Persian Festival and many others.
Jaroslav Kaleniuk is SLAVA’s adult group choreographer. Jaroslav is a highly regarded choreographer and dancer in the Ukrainian dance scene in SA. His choreography has a unique style which combines traditional Ukrainian dance techniques with modern interpretations.
His choreography captures the audience with its strong but gracious movements, tricks and twirls.
Sorna Persian Music Group play traditional Persian music and song. The group features very experienced players with experience performing in Iran and Australia. The group features traditional Persian instruments together with beautiful male and female vocals. They play selected music and songs from many regions of Persia. Sorna is Daryoush Homayoun (Vocals), Malihe Zare ( Vocals & Tombek), Ehsan Shekofteh Zoeram (Tar), Mina Absalan (Daf), Maryam Rahmani (Santur), Hossein Shariati ( Violin
Zhao Liang began learning the Guzheng (Chinese harp) at the age of six in Singapore. Arriving in Adelaide in 2004, Zhao established the School of Chinese Music & Arts in Gouger St. Zhao is an exciting and highly accomplished performer – she has played solo or with groups at many important events including OzAsia Festival, Government House receptions, Festival Centre concerts and other public and private events. She has also been a guest lecture at the Adelaide University Confucius Institute, and also performed live on ABC Radio and on Radio Adelaide.
In recent years, Arts SA has funded her to attend Masterclasses in China to further support her training of local artists and musicians in Chinese Music. Zhao is currently engaged in a number of stimulating and ground breaking projects including her Multicultural Story-times program for 0-5year olds which are presented in local libraries. This project is funded by Multicultural SA. In 2016 Zhao initiated An Oriental Flair, an 8piece ensemble of eastern harps and western strings. She is also a founding member of Moonta Street – a new group presenting a contemporary world music sound blending Chinese and European traditional music
Zuhir is a highly skilled singer and Oud player from Syria where he ran a music school in Damascus. He came to Adelaide in 2016 and has performed at many concerts and events including Trinity Church, Adelaide Town Hall and the Woodford Festival in Queensland. “A delightful complement was the art of Syrian musician Zuhir Naji, a master of the oud with a vast repertoire of traditional songs beautifully sung.” Stephen Whittington -The Advertiser
Farhan Shah is Pakistani singer and musical producer from Karachi who has been involved in the music industry and Sufi music for several decades. He has performed extensively overseas, Dubai, Canada and recently received funding from ArtsSA to launch his music at a major festival in Portugal. He is leader of two ensembles in Australia; Farhan Shah & Brothers presenting traditional Qawwali music and Farhan Shah & SufiOz presenting contemporary Sufi fusion music. His Adelaide Fringe shows have received 5 star reviews and he was dubbed the ‘Pakistani Pavarotti’ by reviewer Stephen Whittington
Satomi started playing the percussion at the age of twelve years. She studied Jazz drumming with an award-winning Japanese Jazz drummer, Takeshi Inomata. In her early career as a drummer, she won the Best player award (1993), The Grand Prix award (as a band, 1994) at Asakusa Jazz contest (Tokyo, Japan). These awards subsidised her (and her band) to perform at Manly International Jazz Festival (NSW, Australia) in 1994 and 1996. Since moving to Adelaide, she has performed in various Festivals (Foot: Mt. Barker Jazz Festival, Clare Carnival of Music etc.), and well-known venues such as Speigel Tent (The garden of unearthly delight/ Adelaide Fringe), and The Basement (Sydney). She toured interstate-wide with “Take Five-the Dave Brubeck story”, and “Swing- the beat that shook the world” (eMotion Music), which she worked as an assistant producer and music arranger (2013-2017). She is working for Slingsby’s show ‘For Those Who came Across the Sea’ premiered on Cabaret Festival (2018). She is studying at Berklee (online) for Master Certificate in Arranging and Orchestration
“A versatile blend of musical styles from her Indian background brings an enticing flavour to Sabika Jasmine’s vocal performances. With expertise in Bollywood music, but also trained in Hindustani Classical music, Sufi, Ghazal, and Qawwali, her performances capture moods as diverse as soothing Sufi, sophisticated semi-classical stylings, to high energy Bollywood dance numbers. Having performed both as a stage artist and playback voice in India and currently based in Adelaide since 2 years, Sabika has performed at OzAsia Festival, various multi-cultural events, concert event ‘Ghazal, Sufi & Beyond’, events at Nexus arts, as well as with her Bollywood-inspired band Goonj. Along with stage performances she conducts music workshops at schools and community groups. Sabika believes that music is endless as an ocean and that she is a lifelong student of it, and she looks forward to continuing to share this journey with audiences in her new home of Australia.”
Stratos was born on the Greek Island of Kalymnos and to a musical family where his father played Laouto, Santouri, violin, accordion. Growing up with music, Stratos has made his name as a leading exponent of the traditional style of bouzouki playing and singing that engenders exciting, dance, bringing to bear the many influences from East and West that is in Greek music. Famed as a café and restaurant musician, he has also collaborated with many musicians and was part of the famous Three Nana’s show that ran for many tears celebrating the famous Greek singer turned politician Nana Mouskouri
Anne Harrington has a passion for percussion which has its roots firmly embedded in the world’s folkloric traditions, and has studied percussion and dance in West Africa, Greece and Sri Lanka. She has performed with many leading SA world music ensembles.
David was born in Taiwan, Taipei. David completed his music degree having graduated at the Chinese Cultural University in Taiwan. His performs on the erhu and piano, and have studied composition and conducting. During his years in studies, he represented his University in several overseas teaching and performances, including Malaysia, Africa and several provinces in China. Since arriving in Adelaide in 2015, he has performed with Zhao and other performers in several Adelaide performances, including Adelaide Symphony Orchestra in 2018, OzAsia Festival since 2016 and Adelaide Fringe Festival.
Shivani is a young 19 year old musician who has been performing professionally since the age of ten as musician with the family puppet theatre and has performed many hundreds of shows, acclaimed for her blend of folk/jazz/variety and sound effects. She has studied classical piano since the age of seven and continues under the guidance of Lisa Hancock and Kelvin Brown. She joined Moonta Street Eurasian band when she was fifteen years old but already brings a knowledge of music styles to the group and a solid grounding in accompaniment and folk styles of music and song having grown up around, diverse musical influences.
Shohrat is a master dutar player, singer and actor. He is an ambassador for his culture’s ancient music and has appeared in concerts in Japan, China, USA and Germany. He has also recorded a CD in Japan.
Gülten, the director of Belly Dance Elysium, is also one of only a few professional belly dancers of Middle Eastern heritage in Australia. She has been belly dancing since she was a child and has always had a passion for it. Gülten possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in Language and Intercultural Communication. She is also actively involved in running the Turkish Association of South Australia as a committee member
Fouad is a virtuoso and highly regarded as one of Australia’s best exponents and teachers of Middle-Eastern music. He is a master of vocals, violin, oud, keyboard and percussion. He has arranged and composed for many artists and projects including a number of concerts, as well as documentaries and movie soundtracks. He has performed and taught in Australia for over 30 years and frequently travels overseas to partake in musical projects
Dilsuz studied dance at the Tashkant State School of National Dance and Choreography in Uzbekistan specialising in ballet and national dances
and has been an internationally touring dancer (Bolshoi Opera & Ballet Theatre/ Bahor international Group) She has worked as a dance choreographer, dance teacher and artistic director (Farkhad Cultural Centre in Uzbekistan) she is also a teacher of movement and contemporary dance
Ayşegül is a highly accomplished singer and academic from Turkey. She is highly regarded for her talents and knowledge in classical Turkish and folk music. Ayşegül was working as a professor of music at Istanbul Technical University and has only just relocated to Adelaide. After many years of teaching and performing in Turkey, she is now delighted to share her passion with Adelaide and Australia
Charlie is renown around Adelaide for his musical talents. He can often be seen performing kanun and keyboard around various Arabic events in the city. A qualified teacher himself, Charlie was a student of Fouad’s many years ago and is now one of the most sought after names for Middle Eastern music in Adelaide and Australia
Harry has a passion for Turkish, Greek, Arabic and Romani music and has been studying these genres since he was a teenager. His particular interests are darbuka and bağlama. Harry has been a student of Fouad’s since 2019 and has excelled very quickly in his musical abilities
Dively has been teaching belly dance and other Middle Eastern folk styles for 14 years. She has also travelled internationally to teach and perform. Her diligent studies of specific cultural styles has made her an expert in those genres and she is known for her authentic portrayal of these styles. Along with being an architect, Dively is also one of Australia’s finest dancers
Holly discovered belly dance while in primary school and has studied it for many years since, mastering different styles. In addition to teaching belly dance, she is also a barre instructor and a speech pathologist. Her training in this field makes Holly methodical in her approach to teaching dance. She is also a popular soloist in the Adelaide entertainment scene