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In the beginning of July I attended a wonderful concert in Tehran by the Austro-Iranian Symphony orchestra. It was a tribute concert in honor of the Iranian artist and sculptor Parvis Tanavoli, inspired by his “Lions of Iran” exhibition at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art. There were three pieces composed by three Iranian composers, […]
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Little did I know when I entered the Vienna Opera House for a long due tour, that I would find both a sad tale of failed dreams and death but also the symbolized rebirth of a nation. It all started with the vision of two Viennese architects August Sicard von Sicardsburg and Eduard van der […]
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Let’s face it, not all street musicians deserve the title. But those who do often surprise us with their talent, skill and abilities. You often wonder why they haven’t been discovered yet or if they ever will be. I confess I’ve always been the worst audience you could have. Time or lack of it was […]
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