6 Apr 2023
Muriel Razavi fotografiert von Adam Markowski

Iranian-American violist Muriel Razavi earned her doctorate in Re-Orientalism in music and infuses her preoccupation with political-social issues into her SPRINGboard concert. For the concert, she has developed a solo performance in five musical scenes. The music is by Iranian composers Aida Shirazi, Bahar Royaee, Niloufar Nourbakhsh and Farzia Fallah and tells the story of the life of a woman who defies political and social restrictions and gives hope and courage to other women through her newly won freedom.

The performance will be followed by a conversation with Muriel Razavi and Iranian composer Aida Shirazi.

The SPRINGboard series presents exceptional young artistic personalities who guide the audience through their specially conceived programs and share the issues that move them and their generation in concert.

The concert is also part of the International Weeks Against Racism by Interkulturelles Zentrum Heidelberg.

Muriel Razavi

Viola and conception

Uwe Smidt

Lighting design and sound engineering

ancient eve is once again offering apples

Aida Shirazi
ancient eve - havvaye pir
Werk als Fragment und freie Improvisation basierend auf dem gleichnamigen Gedicht von Simin Behbahani

Niloufar Nourbakhsh

Farzia Fallah
15 Skulpturen

Bahar Royaee
Tombstone – Sangi baraye Simin
basierend auf dem gleichnamigen Gedicht von Yadollah Royaee

Muriel Razavi fotografiert von Adam Markowski
#6 Genau jetzt - Muriel Razav about „Latent“
16. 8. 2023   Podcast

A viola that can sound like a Persian long-necked lute, the tar, and tells of pride and pain. Muriel Razavi and Thilo Braun talk about "Latent," a work by Iranian composer Aida Shirazi.

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