El Centro Persépolis de Madrid vuelve a organizar “Músicas del Mundo” con varios fabulosos conciertos los días 26 y 27  de noviembre a las 21h en el Teatro Infanta Isabel de Madrid. En esta ocasión destacados  grupos como “ Rumis Songs”, “Bansal Band” y “Javid Ensemble” cuyos componentes  de varios países nos brindan diferentes recitales.

Entre los artistas invitados al evento destacan nombres como el maestro iraní de sanutr Javid Afsari (director de Rumi Ensemble), el prestigioso saxofonista noruego  Trygve Seim y la vionalista Harpreet Bansal de India.

Un encuentro multicultural a través de la música nos lleva del occidente a oriente con instrumentos originales y clásicos.

Ven a disfrutarlo en el escenario del TEATRO INFANTA ISABEL de Madrid.



Javid Afsari Rad – Musician, Composer and Musical Director

Originally from Esfahan, Iran, resident in Norway is a first-rate performer on the persian instrument of Santur. He creates music that takes you to hidden depths yet at the same time compels you moutwards to the very edge. It has connotations of both the Sufi tradition and western classical music in its alteration between the tranquil and meditative and the seductive and ecstatic.

Javid Afsari Rad (1965) has participated in, as well as directed, many international musical collaboration projects and he has made a career both as composer and Santur player. As a musician and composer Javid is highly inspired by the work of Rumi: A legendary Sufi mystic and poet of the thirteenth century Persia. The compositions of Javid honours and conveys the great vital energy that seeps out of Rumi´s enchanting poetry.

In 2007 he received the KORK award for his commissioned work with the Norwegian Radio Orchestra(KORK). The price is granted innovative and outstanding contributors to orchestra music.

The jury justified their choice by making the following statement: “The collaboration with composer and musician Javid Afsari Rad was one of the  strongest experiences of the year for KORK…with dancing rhythms and quarter tones, the orchestra felt transported to Iran, and found itself among Persian ornaments and Sufi poetical praises of love”.

His latest project: Norwegian World Orchestra is a summery of his former musical collaborations with some of the most distinguished world musicians of Norway and a brilliant Norwegian String quartet.

This project is commissioned by Arts Council of Norway and presented for the first time by ICOLD in Stavanger Concert Hall.

Trygve Seim

Born in Oslo, Norway, April 25th 1971.

Since 1992 working full time as a musician, composer and arranger.

Educated a jazz musician (saxophone) at the jazz conservatory in Trondheim.

Studied saxophone with John Pål Inderberg, Bob Rockwell, Rune Nicolaysen and Tore Engstrøm, and composition with Terje Bjørklund, Bertil Palmar Johansen, Edward Vesala and Bjørn Kruse.

Released 22 records on the prestigious german record label ECM, whereas 7 of them as a composer and band leader or co-band-leader.

In 2001 his debut album won the german records critics prize “Jahrespreis – Presi der Deuchten Schallplattenkritik”

Harpreet Bansal -Violin

Harpreet Bansal, born in Oslo (1980), was from childhoodtrained in western and Indian classical music. Teacher in the Indian tradition was her father, Harbhajan S. Bansal.

In 1999 she entered the Norwegian Academy of Music (NAM). After graduating (2003), Harpreetbecame a student of the prominent citar player Ustad Ashraf Sharif Khan Poonchwalasand received periodic supervision from Dr. L. Subramaniam, today´s premier Indian violinist. In 2007 she started her Master’s Degree in Performance and Research at NAM.

Adrian Myhr- Contrabass

Adrian Myhr is a bassplayer from Trondheim, currently living in Oslo. He’s a contributor in a host of projects, including Oker, ComboNations, Bansal Band, Dr. Kay & his Interstellar Tone Scientists, Torg, Simiskina, Humdinger, DaMaNa a.o. He also explores the sound possibilities of his instrument as a solo performer. Adrian Myhr has a master degree in improvisation from the Norwegian Music Academy in Oslo. He handles a lot of different genres in music, and plays everything from world music, jazz, free-improvised music to pop.


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