WMI Plus At Home - Hamid Rahmanian and Loga Ramin Torkian

WMI Plus At Home experiences bring music from around the world into the comfort of your home. Renowned artists share their lives, instruments, and stories from their personal environments, bringing an intimacy and uniqueness to each event. These talks are led by fellow musicians, journalists, and ethnomusicologists. Live captioning will be provided during the event.

We are thrilled to provide these events for FREE. If you are able to make a donation of any amount while registering for this event, it will help us to keep the music playing. Thank you!

Monday, January 23, 2023 – 6 PM EST

WMI PLUS At Home Experiences are free of charge, but you must register to reserve your space. You will receive an order confirmation once your registration is complete that includes the link to the event. Only registered participants will receive email instructions on how to join the event via Zoom online. Live captioning provided.

Hamid Rahmanian is a New York–based Iranian multi-disciplinary artist, 2014 Guggenheim Fellow, and creator of ‘Song of the North’ – a mesmerizing large-scale, cinematic performance combining the manual art of shadow puppetry and projected animation. The narrative, adapted from the Shahnameh (the Persian Book of Kings), tells the courageous tale of Princess Manijeh who defies her powerful father to rescue her beloved and avert war between rival kingdoms. Joining Hamid in conversation will be Loga Ramin Torkian (NIYAZ, Axiom of Choice), a celebrated Iranian multi-instrumentalist and composer who created the original score for the production. WMI will be presenting ‘Song of the North’ on March 24-26 at Peter Norton Symphony Space.

Link to Song of the North Event

WMI PLUS and WMI PLUS At Home experiences are supported by a grant from Con Edison and world music lovers like you.  We thank you!

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