A world connected with music. The Constantinople ensemble will perform traditional Persian and Mandin songs

Another concert from one of FOK’s chamber series will offer an extraordinary combination of artists from across the continent who continue the traditions of medieval Minnesotans and tell their stories through music even today.

IN THE Tuesday, April 25 will appear at 19.30 St. Church Simon and Judas international file Constantinople and would play music from the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries, which he would spice up with his own arrangements and lyrics. This will fill in your project name music is motion because music really is a constant change and a kind of journey.

Submit Constantinople connects the setar lute master, a native of Tehran, whose name is Kiya Tabassia, with another fellow musician, who is a top singer and player in kora, African harp, a native of Kolda, Senegal Ablaye Cissoko, da gamba violinist Pierre-Yves Martel and bic playerThat’s Patrick Graham.

Their program combines thousands of years of African Mandinka traditions and Persian traditions with original work. As well as traditional Persian and Mandinka songs, the concert will feature compositions Diego Ortisa Spanish composer and viola da gamba player who lived in 16th century Italy, and an Indo-Persian musician and poet Amir Khosrau Dihlaviwho is credited with the founding of the Sufi music-poetry genre of qawwali and the Indian ghazal genre.

More will be revealed by the dramaturg of the Symphony Orchestra, Mr. City of Prague FOK Martin Rudovsky in an interview with Martina Klausová v Sunday, April 23 at 4:30 p.m. Reruns ready for Monday 24.4. at 11:30

Photo: Constantinople (©Profimedia)

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