HAMED SADEGHI AND ADEM YILMAZ

SATURDAY 4 SEPTEMBER; 3:00 PM | VENUE: THEATRE

Iranian-born Australian Hamed Sadeghi on the Persian tar and renowned percussionist of Kurdish origin from Turkey, Adem Yilmaz, perform traditional Persian music and original compositions, drawing on middle-eastern classical music and western contemporary elements.

 

The Tar and Percussion duet is presented by well-known Iranian-born Australian Hamed Sadeghi on the Persian tar, and renowned percussionist of Kurdish origin from Turkey, Adem Yilmaz. The duo performs traditional Persian music and original compositions by Sadeghi, drawing on both middle eastern classical music and western contemporary elements.

 

On the national and international stage, Hamed and Adem have showcased their unique approach to music – communicating intuitively through improvisation, while maintaining an authentic hold on the traditions that inform their work. The duo has earned recognition through Eishan Ensemble and has released three albums to critical acclaim since 2017.

 

“While improvisation is central to the band’s conception, it’s the quality of Sadeghi’s compositions and the opulence of the ensemble sound as much as any soloing that makes the music so enthralling.” – John Shand, SMH ★★★★½”

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Iranian-born Australian Hamed Sadeghi on the Persian tar and renowned percussionist of Kurdish origin from Turkey, Adem Yilmaz, perform traditional Persian music and original compositions, drawing on middle-eastern classical music and western contemporary elements.

 

The Tar and Percussion duet is presented by well-known Iranian-born Australian Hamed Sadeghi on the Persian tar, and renowned percussionist of Kurdish origin from Turkey, Adem Yilmaz. The duo performs traditional Persian music and original compositions by Sadeghi, drawing on both middle eastern classical music and western contemporary elements.

 

On the national and international stage, Hamed and Adem have showcased their unique approach to music – communicating intuitively through improvisation, while maintaining an authentic hold on the traditions that inform their work. The duo has earned recognition through Eishan Ensemble and has released three albums to critical acclaim since 2017.

 

“While improvisation is central to the band’s conception, it’s the quality of Sadeghi’s compositions and the opulence of the ensemble sound as much as any soloing that makes the music so enthralling.” – John Shand, SMH ★★★★½”

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