TEHRAN – Iranian vocalist Mohammad Motamedi will team up with a number of European musicians to give performances at the 2nd Dutch Edition of the Oriental Landscapes.
The Oriental Landscapes will open tomorrow running until June 25 in five cities of Amsterdam, Utrecht, The Hague, Rotterdam and Leiden.
Motamedi’s first series of performances will be held on June 15 at the Duif Church in Amsterdam along with the Dutch Matangi Quartet, Calefax Ensemble as well as saxophonist and composer Maarten Ornstein, lutenist Mike Fentross, and Lebanese singer Rima Khcheich, the organizers have announced.
His second series of performances will be with the Rembrandt Frerichs Trio, as well as violinist Tony Overwater and drummer Vinsent Planjer on June 21 at the Korzo Theater in The Hague.
The Tivoli Vredenburg Music Complex in Utrecht will host Motamedi along with Calefax, Matangi and the Rembrandt Frerichs Trio for performances June 22.
The Oriental Landscapes is a festival aiming to enhance the link between masters of classical Oriental music traditions with a new generation of artists and composers. The festival also offers a series of international conferences.
It also introduces a global musical space bringing the East and West into an artistic dialogue.
Photo: Vocalist Mohammad Motamedi acknowledges the audience after a performance at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall on February 25, 2016. (Tasnim/Mohammad Delkesh)
date: 13 June 2018 id: 29417 source: