Global Music Series: Zafer Tawil IN-PERSON AT DOROT
Date(s) - 02/16/2023
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
NEW YORK, NY
Zafer Tawil is an accomplished Palestinian musician and a virtuoso on ‘oud, qanun, violin, and Arab percussion. Zafer performs across the US and in the Middle East and holds workshops in oud technique and Arabic music theory. He is continuously exploring the boundaries of Arab music, and classical Indian and Persian music, as well as jazz fusion. Join us as he performs some traditional music on the oud—and music that crosses culture, geography, and identity.
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