From a classical music base that is Oxford, we will be raising funds for the woman, life freedom movement in Iran via the charity helping striking workers who can’t make bail.
Back in January 2023, on the 17th, we brought the issue of the Iran Revolution to into the realms of music and experimental sound. The Wire Magazine’s Clive Bell was there to review.
London’s Iranian Avant Garde musician and sound arts community and their friends put on a fundraiser at Iklectik. Electronica, piano, cello, soprano, Welsh-Iranian folk, singer-song-writer and visuals. Plus an art exhibition of the “Say Their Names Art Project”, portraits of the fallen in Iran, by artists of other backgrounds.
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I asked women from Iran to think about what we overseas should know, and what we might do, and there are surprising, important results. I also got to question a seasoned and renowned activist Steve Marsling.
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