Ten Days on the Island presents
Hamed Sadeghi and Band
West + North West
16 Mar Thu 7:00 pm
FULL PRICE: $40
Transaction fees apply
Language No Barrier
This is a music performance.
This venue is accessible to people who use wheelchairs. Seating for people who use wheelchairs will be clearly marked on the online seating map found when booking tickets, otherwise the Ten Days Box Office can be contacted to assist in booking these seats.
Accessible bathrooms are available.
This venue and all seating within Burnie Town Hall is level access. We suggest booking seats close to an aisle for further ease of access.
More information on Burnie Town Hall here.
Suitable for all ages
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We, as well as the venue will be managing the risk of COVID-19 at our event venues in the following ways:
- Public availability of hand sanitiser at Festival venues.
- Patrons, staff, volunteers and artists are encouraged not to attend events if they are unwell.
Multi-ARIA award nominee composer and Tar (Iranian lute) virtuoso, Hamed Sadeghi brings with him three world-class musicians for a brand new work, Empty Voices.
In this unique, jazz-influenced ensemble, Sadeghi is joined by Paul Cutlan (bass clarinet) Lloyd Swanton (double Bass) and Adem Yilmaz (percussion) for a special performance of melancholic and spellbinding compositions exclusively for Pataway/Burnie.
Influenced by Persian Sufism philosophy, Sadeghi says,“to be able to love someone or something honestly you need to be able to let yourself dissolve”. Empty Voices allows you to do just that. Contemplating the notion of love with a musical homage to ancestral Persian culture, Sadeghi uses a mix of classical and contemporary music traditions of both East and West.
Join us for a unique performance and let this music spread through your heart
Hamed Sadeghi – tar player, composer and band leader
Paul Cutlan – bass clarinetist
Lloyd Swanton – double bassist
Adem Yilmaz – percussionist
Image Credit: Cloé Fournier