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Parissa is a famed female vocalist hailing from the beautiful country of Iran. She is a renowned mast of the classical Persian repertoire that is commonly known as the “Radif”. Radif is a rather conventional type of music genre that takes its primary basis from the technique of improvising within a structure that is called Dastgah. Parissa’s vocal expertise relies on the extraordinary vocal adornment of this simple and highly basic framework of melodies. If you are a fan of hers or would like to indulge in a superb live music concert that will be filled with soulful music then this is the best time to get your Parissa tickets and enjoy a fantastic entertaining event.
Her birth name is Fatemeh Vaezi, and she embarked on her musical journey under the supreme guidance of the well known Persion Radif maestro named Mahmoud Karimi. She studied with Karimi for over a decade at the esteemed National Music Conservatory that is based in Tehran. While she was learning Radif music, she was invited for two years by the honorable Ministry of Culture to perform in Television Broadcasting as well as the National Radio.
Parissa’s career officially began in 1969 with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Art. She performed in various shows and events in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran. Although at the beginning of her career, she had to face several bureaucratic challenges and also many mistook her as a pop vocalist. Furthermore, the Ministry itself had completely misjudged her and ended up giving per pop oriented melodies to perform in. All of this eventually led to a ferocious media battle by the end of which she regained her stature as a radif vocalist and begun creating music with many other traditional artists. Soon enough she was seen performing at numerous traditional live events. She gained an immense amount of fame when she performed live at the prestigious Shiraz Arts Festival.
As years went on, she was fruitfully given an introduction to the celebrated Iranian Center for Preservation and Dissemination of Music. The recordings that she created during this time projected an immense amount of growth as well as depth in the understanding of music as a whole. For the last few years, she has been effectively managing on just putting all of her focus on guiding and leading young talented people into the radif music genre. She has collaborated with the famous performer Hossein Omoumi since 1995 in many music festivals as well as intimate concert shows all over the globe. Currently she resides in Iran. She has released a total of seven studio recorded albums: World Sounds: Classical Vocal Art of Persia, Tale of Love – Esfahan, Tale of Love Vol. II – Nava, Bazamadam, Shoorideh, Simplicity and Gole Behesht.
Since Parissa basically established herself as beng one of the pioneering female vocalists stemming from Iran, she is today globally recognized for her unbelievable strong command over the Sufi, radif and classical genres that are heard in Persian music. One of the most captivating aspects of her live performances is the fact that she is seen performing in collaboration with the known Dastan Ensemble and perform fresh as well as classic Persian music with a dash of modernity to all of her songs. She is soon going to be coming to the Carnegie Hall in Midtown Manhattan located in Ney York City to perform live in a riveting live show.
The Carnegie Hall has been designed by William Burnet Tuthill a known architect. Andrew Carnegie who was a philanthropist had the venue constructed in 1891. Today, the venue is considered to be amongst the most prominent places globally for popular and classic music shows. It has its own distinguished development, programming as well as marketing departments that successfully host more than 250 shows every season, sets this venue apart from many others. Many performing groups rent the venue for performing also. Since 1962, the hall has not had a resident company after the New York Philharmonic shifted to the popular Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall which was renamed in 1973 to the Avery Fisher Hall.
You can now book your Parissa tickets and enjoy a mind blowing live music concert at a stunning venue that is surely going to create some of the most dazzling memories that you are going to treasure for a long time to come.