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Ear to Ear: Haleh Abghari

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Saturday, October 13, 2007

A native of Iran who makes her home in New York City, Haleh Abghari has brought new music to life throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. The singer/activist brings samples of her work and talks with David Garland about her efforts to engage the community in socially relevant issues through performance art.

Haleh Abghari

Singer/activist Haleh Abghari created and produced Breaking the Silence: An Evening of Music and Discourse for Peace and Democracy, an event at Symphony Space which brought together luminaries from the music world to address what she calls the "unilateral and immoral actions and policies of the current administration." No stranger ...

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