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Kronos Quartet with Mahsa Vahdat

Photo courtesy Kronos Quartet
Saturday September 14, 2019 08:00 pm EDT
Cost: $65

The 2019–2020 Candler Concert Series kicks off with a performance by the Kronos Quartet joined by Iranian vocalist Mahsa Vahdat. Since 1973, the Kronos Quartet and leader David Harrington have settled into the role as one of the most forward-thinking and boundary-breaking contemporary violin ensembles. The group has spent a lifetime using music as a means of strengthening connections between people and cultures throughout time and from around the world. For this performance the group joins Vahdat for a program titled, “Music for Change: The Banned Countries,” delving into the classical and regional folk music of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. — Chad Radford 

Program
Music for Change
Kronos Quartet with Mahsa Vahdat

Franghiz Ali-Zadeh / Mugam Sayagi **

Islam Chipsy (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Zaghlala (Blurred vision caused by strong light hitting the eyes) *

Traditional (arr. Stephen Prutsman) / Wa Habibi (Beloved) +

Ramallah Underground (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Tashweesh **

Fatimah Al-Zaelaeyah (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Ya Mun Dakhal Bahr Al-Hawa (Hey, Who Enters The Sea of Passion?) +

Omar Souleyman (arr. Jacob Garchik) / La Sidounak Sayyada (I’ll Prevent the Hunters from Hunting You) +

Traditional (arr. Milad Yousufi) / Bia Ke Berem Ba Mazar +

Dur-Dur Band (arr. Jacob Garchik) / Dooyo +

Hamza El Din (realized by Tohru Ueda) / Escalay (Water Wheel) **

KRONOS QUARTET & MAHSA VAHDAT

Mahsa Vahdat (arr. Sahba Aminikia) / The Sun Rises +
    The Sun Rises
    Vanishing Lines
    My Ruthless Companion

Mahsa Vahdat (arr. Atabak Elyasi) / Songs +
    Leyli’s Nightingales
    I Was Dead
        with Mahsa Vahdat, vocals

Performed without pause

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Emory University, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, 1700 N. Decatur Road
Atlanta, GA 30322
404-525-0525
emory.edu