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$13 for Azerbaijani Music Concert ($20 Value)!

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Please bring the voucher (s) to Center for Jewish History within 1 hour of the performance and exchange it for the ticket in your seating category.

 

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$13 for Azerbaijani Music Concert ($20 Value)! Presented  by Jeffrey Werbock!

  • Monday, February 25, 2019; 8 PM
  • Center for Jewish History, Manhattan

The Best of Azerbaijani Music! LEARN MORE HERE!

 


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  • About the Deal:

$13 for Azerbaijani Music Concert ($20 Value)! Presented  by Jeffrey Werbock!

- Monday, February 25, 2019; 8 PM

- Center for Jewish History, Manhattan

  • About the Concert:

Jeffrey Werbock will present a program of instrumental solo improvisations based on traditional Azerbaijani mugham, played on oud – fretless wood face short neck lute; tar – fretted skin face long neck lute; and kamancha – skin face spike fiddle.

This concert will be in tribute of the Khojaly massacre with the presence of important officials.

Azerbaijani mugham is monophonic modal music, highly microtonal, meter free, densely ornamented, composed of complex melodic lines that are somewhat improvised according to the eastern tradition of theme and variation, and convey a mix of sorrow and joy, exaltation and lament, and an overall sense of both antiquity and otherworldiness.

Mr. Werbock has been giving presentations for well over three decades and has performed often at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, Asia Society, World Music Institute, and presents lecture demonstrations at colleges and universities all over the English speaking world.  He has been awarded an honorary degree by the National Music Conservatory of Azerbaijan, in Baku, and was recently sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Azerbaijan to perform a solo concert.

This concert is part of the American Sephardi Music Festival.

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Please bring the voucher (s) to Center for Jewish History within 1 hour of the performance and exchange it for the ticket in your seating category.

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