ID : N-1002 Date : 2018/01/08 - 14:14
(Persia Digest) - Concurrent with the start of Fajr International Music Festival, the “Research” section of this event will host a number of guests from Austria, Poland, and Germany.
This year, Fajr International Music Festival in its research section will have four speeches and two workshops. The educational workshop on auditory processing, sense of hearing, sonority will be held by the efforts of Hamid Motebassem, and a workshop on contemporary playing of the posture based “santur” (Persian hammered dulcimer) by the efforts of Ardavan Kamkar of Iran, are among the workshops of this year’s edition of the music festival.
There will also be four speeches in the specialty fields of music involving the structure and perspective of Jazz music with the attendance by Michael Carr of Austria, official contests in music, existence, functions, opportunities and risks, with the attendance of Klaus Neumann of Germany, classical music aesthetics and its comparison with Persian music trends, with the attendance of Mohammad Saeed Sharifian, definitions and structure of electro-acoustic music and its history in Iran, with the attendance of Aidin Samimi Mofakham and Martina Kaska of Poland will be held at the ECO Cultural Institute.
Admissions to all of the research programs will be free of charge and admission cards will be issued to all participants. Registration will begin from the morning of Wednesday January 3 and will continue through January 8. A valid certificate will be issued to the participants in this section.
The research section of the 33rd Fajr Music Festival will be held under the secretaryship of Amir Abbas Setayeshgar at the ECO Cultural Institute from January 10 through January 20.