Sina Bathaie Tickets now on sale for Oct 13 Album Release Concert

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“You’ll be mesmerized by his Santur playing”
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SINA BATHAIE – TICKETS ON SALE
Composer, Santur player of Persian contemporary music
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 – 8:30 p.m. * ALBUM RELEASE CONCERT
LYRIC THEATRE, TORONTO CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

 

Windcatcher Records recording artist Sina Bathaie will be launching his album release Ray of Hope with a concert on Friday, October 13, 8:30 p.m. at the Lyric Theatre, Toronto Centre For The Arts, 5040 Yonge Street, M2N 6R8 starting at 8:30 p.m.  Performing with him is his full ensemble, consisting of Nima Ahmadieh: Guitar; Oriana Barbato: Bass Guitar, Beth Silver: cello; Erika Nielsen: Cello; Siavash Sadr Mahdavi: Percussion; Randolf Jimenez: Drum; and Sina on Santur.  Tickets are now on sale.
“This album is dedicated to all those who have pursued; who have suffered while the world waits for us to remember this perennial first wisdom that love ignores all boundaries. What we hope for in the end is that remembrance with which we can hurdle every fence, tear down every wall and arrive at that place where hope greets us in warm welcome. Each text in the cover is a verse of a poem which celebrates our timeless elusive pursuit for peace, hope, and the most important of all these, love, ” shares Bathaie.

 

WHAT: Album Release Concert – Sina Bathaie, composer, Santur player of Persian contemporary music  
WHEN: October 13, 2017
WHERE: Lyric Theatre, Toronto Centre For The Arts, 5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M2N 6R8
TIME: 8:30 p.m.
TICKETS: Box Office: 416-250-3708 or online tocentre.com; Ticketmaster online https://www.ticketmaster.ca
or call 1-855-985-ARTS (2787)
Single Ticket – $25, $35, $45
PUBLIC INFORMATION:
Phone: 416-733-9388
A composer, Santur player based in Toronto, Canada, Bathaie is known for his unique style and approach toward Persian contemporary music. His hypnotic performances have garnered him fans from across the globe.  Born in Iran, he started learning Santur at age seven from his father, Master Javad Bathaie. He then followed his passion in music by practicing Persian classical repertoire (Radif) with the instrument Oud and explored the concept of rhythm by learning Tonbak (Persian Percussion).
*Photo Credit by Alicia Campbell

 

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