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Pop-up Performances 2022

POP-UP PERFORMANCES

Pop-up Performances 2022

Date: 2022
Price: Free with Museum Admission

The Aga Khan Museum provides a platform for emerging and established award-winning artists to showcase their craft, initiate cross-cultural dialogue, and engage new audiences.

 

Throughout the season, experience poetry, music and dance that reflects the rich tapestry of diverse world regions, from the Balkans to the Nordic countries, from the Middle East to Asia. Enjoy informal performances – of jazz, Latin, Persian, traditional Asian music, and more – by a range of captivating artists in the Museum’s public spaces and galleries.

 

Join us every week for a new Pop-Up experience


Wednesdays at 5 pm, 6 pm, and 7 pm.
Saturdays and Sundays at 12 pm, 1 pm, and 3 pm.

 

September Performances

 

Hasan Wahib
September 21–25

 

 

Hasan Wahib is a pianist and Oud player from Syria who fell in love with music at a young age. After taking a break from performing, Wahib's affinity for music returned when he arrived back in Canada and he has since performed with the Syrian Hope Band and Haneen Choir. He has also performed with the Canadian Arab Orchestra in FAMA 2019.

 

Follow Hasan Wahib on Instagram

 

Shahriyar Jamshidi
September 28–October 2

 

 

Known for his creative and masterful kāmanche improvisations, Shahriyar Jamshidi is a Kurdish musician, composer, vocalist, and founder of the Dilan Ensemble. He is a graduate of the Tehran University of Art and a former artist-in-residence at Banff Centre. Jamshidi has devoted his artistic career to the preservation and transmission of Kurdish musical heritage and has released five solo albums. 

 

Learn more about Shahriyar Jamshidi Follow Shahriyar Jamshidi on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Watch Shahriyar Jamshidi on Youtube

 




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