After his concert in capital Tehran, Arnalds travelled to the historic city of Shiraz in the south. Totally satisfied with his trip to Iran, he has published photos of the places he visited on his Instagram and Twitter accounts.
He has shared a photo of Persepolis with a caption reading: “Persepolis! Long time dream come true to visit this place…”
The young composer also published a photo of Nasir al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz, saying “Every day in this country I get completely speechless…If only the world would know.”
He has also visited Darband – a popular hiking resort near Tehran – and the Tehran Grand Bazaar describing them as the attractions of capital on his page.
At the end of his journey, the artist wrote a comment saying, “Leaving Iran with so much love in my heart.”
During the tour, he gave five concerts in Tehran last week and another one in Shiraz which were widely welcomed by the audience.
Ólafur Arnalds, born in 1986, is a BAFTA-winning multi-instrumentalist and producer from Mosfellsbær, Iceland, with many fans around the world. Arnalds mixes strings and piano with loops and beats crossing over from ambient/electronic to pop.
The third part of Resonance Projects is working with Sebastian Plano.
Born into a musical family in Argentina, Sebastian Plano is a classically-trained composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist. Already with the release of his debut album Arrhythmical Part of Hearts, Plano has gained international acclaim, placing him as one of the pioneering artists combining acoustic instruments and electronic music. His second full length album Impetus really takes things to the next level – mastered by Nils Frahm, this album is a moving force, stimulation and momentum that originated right after completion of his debut album.
He is suppose to perform two shows in Tehran and one show in shiraz in winter of 2019.
For those of you who are not familiar with his works we suggest to check out his videos in YouTube and Aparat.
RooBeRoo Mansion presents: Sebastian Plano live in Iran – Tehran “In Between Worlds” March 7 and 8, 2019 | 19:00 Ticket via : http://bit.ly/2XxRlro
Federico Albanese is a composer born in Milan, Italy in 1982. In December 7, 2018 he performed two shows in Andisheh Hall, Tehran, Iran.
The hall’s doors opened, the audience sat in their seats. After a while, Federico’s footstep shattered the silence. And then a big applause from the audience… It was such a great welcome for him. Then Federico started his 1 hour and 15 minutes mesmerizing show. It was like stepping in the world of dreams. The kind of world that let you to imagine and even go beyond your imagination.
After the show in
Tehran, Federico performed the same show in Shiraz (December 9, 2018) and let the
audience experience the same feelings that Tehran’s audience was talking about.
Our aim in the second part
of Resonance Projects was to connect the audience and the musician as much as
possible, which in many ways we succeeded.
Now we are getting ready for more exciting experience
with Sebastian Plano.