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The concert will feature the qanun Arabic psaltery , the darabukkah goblet shaped drum and tambourines. The repertoire will consist of instrumental pieces from the 17th-century Ottoman court and from 19th- and 20th- century Cairo and Aleppo; Arabic sufi, folkloric and popular music as well as improvisations on the qanun and riqq. The concert will also include an illustrated history of the qanun, historical roots of the iqa'at Arabic rhythms and fundamental elements of Arabic musical aesthetics going back to al-Farabi d. A pre-concert presentation at pm in Rosch Recital Hall will feature photographs and research by local resident, Penny Williams-Yaqub, from her travels and work in the Middle East and North Africa, Further details will be available closer to the concert date. Note: this is a repeat presentation from Monday, June The Arabic Music Academy is for all musicians, teachers and scholars who have an interest in gaining in-depth, hands-on experience with Arabic music and how it relates to current practice and study.
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Rousing performance by the Lebanese oud and flute player Bassam Saba and the New York Arabic Orchestra, a melting-pot assemblage conjoined by the spirit of music. The Orchestra brings together a culturally diverse group of musicians - as diverse as the city itself - around one common passion: Arabic Music. Our Mission is the preservation and promotion of classical and traditional Arabic music and culture through concerts, new compositions and educational programs. NYAO education offers both a rigorous training program for our orchestra performers and an outreach program that provides music classes, workshops, youth programs and much more. The NY Arabic Orchestra is comprised of music professionals hailing from a plethora of music backgrounds, from classical and jazz to music of the Arab World and Middle East. Since , the NYAO has performed Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and Detroit Symphony Hall, and has hosted lectures and workshops at universities, public schools, refugee camps and community centers around the world. Our Mission. Who We Are.