New Years Eve Mega Concert – Dec 31st – California

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NEW YEARS EVE 2017 MEGA CONCERT

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31ST
3PM to 2AM

10 WORLD FAMOUS PERFORMERS
40 CELEBRITY GUESTS
30 CELEBRITY HOSTS & PRESENTERS

CELEBRITY RED CARPET WALK &
RED CARPET PRE-PARTY

BALLOON DROPS, LASER SHOW, SPECIAL EFFECT SHOW, PARTY FAVORS, AERIAL ACROBATS…

TIMES SQUARE COUNTDOWN ON THE MEGA SCREENS

ROYAL :
Ticket includes the RED CARPET WALK PHOTO SESSION, RED CARPET INTERVIEW, LIMOUSINE ENTRY, AND ACCESS TO THE ENTIRE RED CARPET PRE-PARTY
Royal Table Dinner Service, Platinum Level Party Hats & Favors, Celebrity Photo Opp, Gift Bag
Front Row Table Seating
4PM Entry

VVIP :
Ticket includes the RED CARPET PRE-PARTY
VVIP Table Dinner, Gold Level Party Hats & Favors, Gift
Table Seating
5PM Entry

VIP :
Ticket includes EARLY ENTRY & VIP Seating
VIP Buffet Dinner, Premium Party Hats & Favors
6PM Entry

General Admission :
Ticket includes Small Buffet Dinner, Party Hats & Favors
6:30PM Entry

FOR TICKETS & INFO:
www.WorldClassPresents.com
www.NowRozFestival.com
toll free: 1-800-496-0130

$65 General Admission – Early Bird
$85 VIP – Early Bird
$125 VVIP
$200 ROYAL

EXPO HALL
SAN JOSE, CA

The Afghan Women’s Orchestra (“Zohra”)

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MONDAY 23RD OF JANUARY 2017 AT 19:30 IN THE AUDITORIUM
TUESDAY 24TH OF JANUARY 2017 AT 19:30 IN THE AUDITORIUM
WEDNESDAY 25TH OF JANUARY 2017 AT 19:30 IN THE AUDITORIUM

Location:
Auditorium, Centre des arts, La Grande Boissière
62, route de Chêne – CH-1208 Genève

During the Taliban’s regime in Afghanistan in the mid-1990s, music was forbidden: playing music, listening to music, or selling cassettes was considered un‐Islamic and was outlawed. Afghanistan’s musicians were forced to flee from their homeland. Moved by the critical state of musicians and music education in his native country, Dr. Ahmad Sarmast, a visionary musician and the first Afghan to obtain a doctorate in music, initiated a ground-breaking project to revive and promote music education in Afghanistan.

This mission stemmed from Dr. Sarmast’s strong belief that music can play a significant role in transforming the lives of young people and in rebuilding Afghanistan through providing a platform for vocational training, emotional healing, democratization, and the establishment of a just and civil society. After years of dedication, Dr. Sarmast established a partnership with the government of Afghanistan – specifically the Ministry of Education – and raised the funding necessary to build the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) which was inaugurated in 2010. Under his leadership, ANIM has flourished and is expanding each year through new infrastructure, increasing student enrolment, and the ambition to develop new branches in other parts of the country.

This year, the ANIM’s Afghan Women’s Orchestra (“Zohra”) was launched and it includes over thirty brave young women, between the ages of 14 and 20, who have defied the odds against them and play music together—the first women in their families, community, and country to learn music in over 30 years.

Tel +41 22 787 26 75
Fax +41 22 787 24 10

For more info, check out: http://www.centredesarts.ch/

 

Treasures from Afghanistan unveiled in Korea

Timeworn relics from Afghanistan have been unveiled in Korea for the first time, through joint collaboration between the two countries’ national museums. Displaying artefacts of ancient civilizations between the 20th century B.C. and the seventh century, the exhibition titled “Treasures from Afghanistan” ran at the National Museum of Korea in Seoul from July 5 to Sept. 4, and will continue at the Gyeongju National Museum from Sept. 27 to Nov. 27.  For more, check out this link.

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