Acclaimed Japanese musician and composer Masanori Takahashi, globally known by his nickname Kitaro, say he often listens to the Iranian folk music and considers it highly valuable.
A few days before the beginning of the Persian New Year (Nowruz), the municipality of Tehran has organised live music performances for the citizens in several subway stations across the capital.
Renowned Italian pianist and composer, Ludovico Maria Enrico Einaudi, is expected to visit Iran along with his ensemble in April.
Known as the “King of Persian traditional singing,” “Iran’s most popular artist of the time” and “the greatest living maestro of Persian classical music," the globally-renowned Mohammad Reza Shajarian has been the inspiring voice of generations in Iran for several decades.
On the third day of the thirty-third International Fajr Music Festival, a band from China has given a joint performance with Iranian musicians and dedicated one of the songs to the Iranian sailors who are feared dead in a ship collision in Eastern China.
Italian genius Jazz musician Francesco Cafiso will give a concert in Tehran on January 19 as part of the 33rd International Fajr Music Festival.
A museum of sound is to open in the Iranian city of Tabriz, showcasing a whole range of new and old musical instruments and other items related to sound.
Young Icelandic music producer, Ólafur Arnalds, who recently gave live performances in Iran, has praised the country and its beauties in several tweets and Instagram posts.
After five nights of live performance in Tehran, Christopher von Deylen, the founder and sole member of German electronic band Schiller, says he will never forget the moments on stage.
German electronic band Schiller, led by Christopher von Deylen, is to perform a series of concerts starting Monday, December 11, at the Ministry of Interior Auditorium in Tehran.