Songs of Home and Exile
Tuesday, April 9, 7pm, in Smith Recital Hall at SDSU
Join us to celebrate Chloe Pourmorady, a Persian-Jewish violinist, vocalist, and composer, influenced by the rich musical language and spirituality of her roots and from around the world. She naturally blends many styles and languages together from Western classical, Middle Eastern, to Balkan and rock.
Chloe is a winner of two Independent Music Awards in the “Eclectic” category, and has performed for a number of galas, collaborative concerts in Los Angeles and abroad. In addition to performing, Chloe is a dedicated teacher of violin, singing, and songwriting while incorporating the pedagogy of Zoltan Kodaly into her work with children and adults.
- Guest musician Ava Nahas, Percussion
- Elizabeth Schwartz, Vocals
- Coral McFarland Thuet, Vocals
- Jiri Svoboda, Guitar
- Jeff Pekarek, Contrabass
- Yale Strom, Violin
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