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Homayun Sakhi Trio

A rare chance to hear the highly expressive music of Afghanistan.

Kabul-born virtuoso Homayun Sakhi is arguably the greatest living exponent of the Afghan rubab, a plucked stringed instrument of great subtlety. This is a rare chance to hear the highly expressive music of Afghanistan, involving thrilling interplay between the three musicians, building to exciting conclusions full of swirling melodic colours.

Homayun Sakhi Rubab

Salar Nader Tabla

Abbos Kosimov Doyra

17 August 2012

  • Greyfriars Kirk
  • 60 minutes
  • £20

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