(Persia Digest) - Nezhat Amiri, the musician and orchestra conductor, will conduct the National Orchestra of Iran on 30 August, at 21h30, at Vahdat Hall as the guest conductor.

Concert pieces for the Santur and Orchestra, Konj-e Monajat, Sarbedaran, Bijan and Manijeh, Mahur for Violin and Orchestra, Sorud-e Gol, Hezardastan, Asmar and Dance of Circle will be performed by the orchestra's performers.

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Nehzat Amiri, born on 13 December 1960, is an orchestra conductor and contemporary Iranian musician. She is considered the first and only Iranian woman to conduct orchestras who lives in Iran. Amiri has a Bachelor of Arts in music from the University of Tehran’s Fine Arts and a Master of Arts in music composition from the University of Art. She has learned music from professors such as Parviz Mansouri, Hossein Alizadeh and Manouchehr Sahba'i.

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