Enjoy an evening of Iranian classical music at Fresno State

Iranian Classical Music

Fresno State’s Middle East Studies Lecture, Performance and Film Series, and Global Music Series presents “An Evening of Iranian Classical Music” featuring Behrouz Sadeghian playing the Santur, accompanied by Faramarz Amiri playing the Zarb and Daf at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 8 in the Alice Peters Auditorium (PB191).

The performance is sponsored by Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute, Parsa Foundation, and Middle East Studies Program, Persian Language and Culture Studies, World Cultures and Globalization Cohort, Department of Music Global Music Lecture Series, IRA, California State University Fresno.

Admission is free as is parking in Lot P6.  INFO: Dr. Partow Hooshmandrad, music professor, at phooshmandrad@csufresno.edu

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