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Afghan Women’s Portraits:
In Our Own Voices

On Tuesday, April 25, New Music-Theatre 

is hosting a workshop

at George Mason University

in Afghan Vocal Techniques and Open “Rehearsal”

led by Afghan singer, musician and educator

Humayun Khan.


In addition to teaching about the modes and complex scales of Afghanistan’s rich musical heritage, he will introduce a few important melodies and repertoire as well as incorporating one or two songs from our original music-theatre work in development,

Women of Troy; Voices from Afghanistan.


This will be followed by an informal sharing for George Mason students and faculty, friends, family, and invited guests.

This workshop is specifically designed as a cross-cultural experience for Afghan women and local female artists who wish to support and learn more about the traditional music of Afghanistan.

For more details and to apply to participate, check out the full story HERE

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