Dore Stein’s Tangents Turkey Music Tour promo concert & talk
Sunday, Feb. 2nd, 1:30-3:00 pmÂ (before you might needÂ to hustle over to Glen Park StationÂ to watch the Super Bowl), come hear GariÂ Hegedus play Turkish music on oud & baglama, catch a few poems from Clara Hsu, and then hear TangentsÂ radio hostÂ Dore Stein (KALW 91.7 fm) discuss the tour he’s leading to Turkey this coming October. Â Â You just might want to go along! Â No obligation, though…all welcome!
10 concerts in 16 nights — & lots and lots of ambling around Istanbul & environs!
In addition to being co-founder of Stellamara and Teslim, Gari Hegedus also performs with Janam, The Helladelics, Eliyahu and the Qadim Ensemble and Hamed Nikpay. He has toured with the Mevlevi Dervish (Sufi) Order of America.and is also a luthier.
Clara HsuÂ is a prolific poet and also co-owner of the Poetry Hotel Press. Clara was a nominee for the Pushcart Prize in poetry and Claraâ€™s first book of poems, Mystique, received honorable mention at the 2010 San Francisco Book Festival. Her work can be found in many publications including The Haight-Ashbury Literary Journal and she co-hosts the San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show.
Tour organizer and leader Dore SteinÂ moved to the Bay Area in 1984 and began his “Tangents” radio program on KCSM the next year. Dore was also Music Director at KKSF, where he was a five time Gavin Award nominee. Stein brought Tangents to KALW in 1995 and later to Paris based Mondomix.com is currently also webcast on Berlin based Multicult.fm. Â Beginning in 2005, Dore began his annual Tangents Turkey Music Tours. In a climate of ignorance and misperception regarding Islamic culture, Dore believes the best way to learn about other cultures is through travel and music.
Our events are put on under the umbrella of the nonprofit Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project (the "BBCLP"). That's how we fund our ambitious schedule of 300 or so concerts and literary events every year.
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