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Do., 02. Mai


Odeon Theater

Roots Revival Series 6 - Hazara Music with Elaha Soroor

Roots Revival Series 6 Afghanistan, on May 2nd, is dedicated to the interpretation of Hazara music featuring the great Elaha Soroor on vocals, Giuliano Modarelli on guitar, Avin Ahmadi on oud, Haider Khan Gorau on tabla, and Mehdi Aminian on ney, setar & vocals.

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Roots Revival Series 6 - Hazara Music with Elaha Soroor
Roots Revival Series 6 - Hazara Music with Elaha Soroor

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02. Mai 2024, 20:00 – 21:30 MESZ

Odeon Theater, Taborstraße 10, 1020 Wien, Austria

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A project developed by Ioana Aminiand & Mehdi Aminian.

Roots Revival Series 6:

Afghanistan celebrates the vibrant music and cultural diversity of Afghanistan. This 6th series is a collaboration between Roots Revival, SHIFT, the Odeon Theater Afghan musicians in exile. The experimental project, which combines tradition and innovation, takes up four musical genres from Afghanistan. Afghan guest musicians from around the world will join the Roots Revival Ensemble in Vienna and develop unique interpretations of four Afghan music genres. An incomparable musical performance awaits you!

Hazara Music

Hazara music is a vibrant and diverse musical tradition originating from the Hazara people, who primarily inhabit central Afghanistan and parts of Pakistan. It encompasses a rich array of genres, styles, and instruments that reflect the cultural heritage and history of the Hazara community. Over time, Hazara music has evolved and incorporated influences from neighboring regions, resulting in a unique fusion of traditional and contemporary elements. It serves not only as a form of artistic expression but also as a means of preserving Hazara identity and heritage amidst cultural challenges and political turmoil.

Hazara music holds a revolutionary nature embedded within its cultural fabric, serving as a powerful tool for social change, resilience, and resistance against oppression. The Hazara people, historically marginalized and subjected to discrimination and persecution, have used music as a means of expressing their struggles, aspirations, and resilience in the face of adversity.

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