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A Cultural Program Celebrating the 38th Anniversary of Iran’s Islamic Revolution in Moscow

A Symphony Orchestra Performance was held by Culture and Art Center, University of Applied Science & Technology (UAST), Unit 46 in Moscow on 3rd, 4th and 5th of February, 2017

A Symphony Orchestra with the vocalist Vahid Taj was performed by Art & Culture Center, University of Applied Science and Technology (UAST) in celebration of sympathy with Islamic Revolution in Moscow.

The performance was held in the hall, "Yun orchestra" on Friday evening, 3rd of February, 2017 where Culture and the Art Symphony Orchestra also performed a special program celebrating the revolution.

Mr. Reza Maleki, cultural counselor of Iran's Embassy in Moscow mentioned at the event that the celebration of the anniversary of the Islamic Republic of Iran revolution is a valuable opportunity to remember memories and empathy with fellow Iranians abroad. He also insisted that culture is one of the main effects of the Islamic Revolution that every day could be more prosperous than ever before.

He pointed out to the continuous globalization of Iranian cinema and music and added that now the people of Iran as the Islamic Revolutionary Guards show that they have been able to make the cultural and artistic aspects of Islamic and Iranian civilization more prominent.

 

In this ceremony, Mr. Ahmad Heydariyan, Deputy head of the Iranian Embassy in the Russian Federation also pointed out to the achievements of Islamic revolution in various fields and the development of Iran.

 

In the ceremony, a number of Russian guests have also participated and Culture and the Art Symphony Orchestra performed some fragments of Khayyam Mirzazadeh, Habibullah Badiee, Khooshe chin, manic air by Shahram Tavakkoli, Shoor Afarin with the composer Ali Akbar Ghorbani, Bahar- e- Delkesh by Darvish Khan with a poem by Malekoshoaray-e- Bahar, the memory by Ali Akbar Ghorbani, Negare man, Khosh Amadi, Khak-e- Mehr Aeen that was greatly welcomed by the audience.

 

 

 

 

 


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