Hamed Sadeghi (solo)
New South Wales
North + North East
12 Mar Sun 5:00 pm – Album Launch
FULL PRICE: $40.00
Transaction fees apply
Language No Barrier
This is a music performance.
This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please refer to the below ‘Level Access’ for further notes on wheelchair accessibility. An accessible bathroom is available at this venue.
This venue can be navigated without encountering any steps. A ramp is provided at the Wellington Street entrance to this venue and an elevator is available within the building to access all levels.
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Suitable for all ages
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“…astonishing power and convulsive impact.” – Sydney Morning Herald
Enjoy a peaceful ride as Hamed Sadeghi takes us on a continuous journey to Iran through the Persian classical repertoire known as Radif and improvisation. While creating new sounds, Sadeghi honours the traditional ones to narrate the stories of an ancient civilisation.
He says, “it is all about a blank page with a lot of ideas in my head. Everything forms around nothingness but on a solid foundation. Persian Radif is my foundation and improvisation is my nothingness”.
The Radif is a collection of old melodies that have been handed down by the masters to students through the generations. The foundation of the Iranian traditional music is based on this repertoire and musicians in this system need to spend years to learn the Radif properly to become capable of improvising and composing new music.
Composer and Performer – Hamed Sadeghi
Image Credit: Courtesy of the artist