Invisible Borders

Invisible Borders

Explore the intersection between classical music and Persian classical musical culture.

Master multi-instrumentalist and curator Mohammad Nejad joins San Francisco Symphony musicians in a program that explores the transcendent healing power of music across borders and boundaries.

Mohammad Nejad expresses, “To me, music is a language that communicates love. It carries purity and fights fear and hate. Music is my message of peace to a nation of love.”

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Mohammad Nejad, curator

 


MORTEZA NEIDAVOUD (arr. George Khouri):
 ‘Pishdaramad Mahur’  
Mohammad
 Nejad, ney/tar/setar/santur/kamancheh/oud/duduk/ghaychak/robab/daf/zarb
Alexander
 Barantschik · In Sun Jang · Dan Carlson · Raushan Akhmedyarova, violins
Adam Smyla ·
 Matthew Young, violas
Carolyn
 McIntosh, cello
Charles
 Chandler, double bass
Jacob Nissly,
 drum set
James Lee
 Wyatt III, percussion

MORTEZA NEIDAVOUD (arr. George Khouri):
 ‘Pishdaramad Esfahan’
Mohammad
 Nejad, ney/santur/tanbur
Stephen
 Paulson, bassoon
Aaron
 Schuman, trumpet
Suzanne Leon
 · Dan Carlson, violins
Barbara
 Bogatin, cello
Chris
 Gilbert, double bass
Edward
 Stephan, timpani
Stan Muncy,
 percussion
Douglas
 Rioth, harp

MOHAMMAD NEJAD (arr. George Khouri): ‘Rain
 Dance’  

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Invisible Borders
  • Invisible Borders

    Explore the intersection between classical music and Persian classical musical culture.

    Master multi-instrumentalist and curator Mohammad Nejad joins San Francisco Symphony musicians in a program that explores the transcendent healing power of music across borders and boundaries.

    Mohammad Nej...

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