The Iran Project : Fars Symphony Orchestra has invited Reza Fekri, Iranian opera singer, based in Croatia, to hold two master classes and a concert in Iran.
According to The Iran Project,The concert is scheduled to be held on February 23, in Shiraz, Fars Province, where a repertoire of Iranian and international pieces will be performed, Mehr reported.
Pieces by the Italian composers Gioachino Antonio Rossini and Gaetano Donizetti, and French composer Georges Bizet as well as Iranian composers Hossein Dehlavi and Ebrahim Bazrafkan will be played at the concert.
During his stay in Iran, Fekri will also hold two master classes, one in Karaj, Alborz Province, and the other in Shiraz.
In 2022, the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Iran and Croatia was celebrated by a concert performed by the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra with Fekri singing a tenor solo accompanied by the Ivan Filipovic Chamber Choir.
Iranian maestro Ali Rahbari, the composer of the symphonic poem, conducted the orchestra during the concert.
Fekri was also invited by Rahbari to sing with the Mariinsky Orchestra performing Rahbari’s symphonic poem “Zarathustra Spitama” in a concert last October at the Mariinsky Theater in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
It was part of a repertoire, which also comprised pieces from Richard Strauss, Antonin Dvorak, and several other renowned composers.