Kitaro stages concert in Iran April 2018
Japanese musician, Kitaro, will be staging another concert in Iran in April, in Tehran and a number of other cities. This will be Kitaro’s second trip to Iran after three years. Following his first concert in Tehran, he will go on a tour to entertain his New Age music fans in other Iranian cities.
Artist: Bamdad Falahati
Album: Mystery of creation
Composer: Mehdi Danaei
Genre: New age/Fusion
(Persia Digest) – “Worship” is a track from the album “Mystery of creation” based on Iranian folk music. Its fusion with electronic music in the genre of new age is an innovative move which has given it an interesting twist.
Artist: Siavash Sadr Azodi
Genre: New Age
(Persia Digest) – “Metamorphosis” is an album by Siavash Sadre-Azodi in the New Age genre very much in tune with oriental tastes in music. The trace of many other styles of music can be found here.
Part III (music)
Artist: Mohamadreza Aligholi
Album: Earth Whispers
Genre: New Age
(Persia Digest) – “Part III” from the album “Earth Whispers” is in the New Age genre with a very conceptual and imaginary ambience. The tracks in the album have been composed with the idea of a symbolic bird flying across the sky over Iran.
Ravi [Narrator] (music)
Artist: Golfam Khayyam
Album: Ravi [Narrator]
Genre: Classical/New Age
(Persia Digest) - Ravi [Narrator] is an album by Golfam Khayyam, player of acoustic guitar in the Clasical/New Age genre. In parts, it is accompanied with the lute playing of Siavash Roshan that takes it peeping into oriental music.
Be Hich Soo [Aimless] (music)
Artist: Milad Derakhshani
Album: Harf Bezan [Talk]
(Persia Digest) - Be Hich Soo [Aimless] by Milad Derakkhshani is a love song and a fusion of Persian, new age, and ambient music. Illustrating a shared sense of mat is an important connection point and musical bond in this genre of music.
Artists: Golnoosh Salehi & Soheil Mokhberi
Composer: Golnoosh Salehi
(Persia Digest)- The musical piece Baraamad is a reflection of audiences, and the Iranian audience in particular, moving towards a serene musical setting without excesses. This spatialization can also be found in similar styles of western music abundantly, such as new age and ambient. In this particular piece, Golnoosh Salehi and the band of young, talented generation of new Iranian music have been very successful in fusing the two styles and staying faithful to traditional Iranian music at the same time, while forging a special new atmosphere.