Live music: Ross Daly, Kelly Thoma and Pedram Khavarzamini at the New Archeological Museum in Chania 5th February

A unique live performance by Ross Daly, Kelly Thoma and the Iranian musician Pedram Khavarzamini at the cafe of the new Archaeological Museum of Chania – Skra Str. 15 in Halepa, on Sunday, 5th February at 19:00.

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Entrance €12

The three internationally renowned musicians form a special and somewhat unusual trio. Central to their music are the stringed instruments. The lyre played by Ross Daly and Kelly Thomas. The lyre usually exists as a solo instrument and it is very rare that two lyres play together. Alongside the lyres is Pedram Khavarzamini’s tombak, an Iranian percussion instrument that is the main rhythmic instrument of Persian classical music.

The tombak due to its great potential and the highly developed rhythmic tradition of its country is easily adapted to other musical styles.
Pedram Khavarzamini is considered one of the leading representatives of this instrument today and has played with a very wide range of musicians from all over the world.

The music they will play is composed by Ross Daly and Kelly Thoma.

Source: www.kriti24.gr


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