The teaching offered by Shadi FATHI is inspired by the one she learned from her Master Dariush TALAÏ in Tehran, whose transmission is based on orality, a mode of transmission of this musical culture as it has been practiced for centuries. This instrumental master class is for all musicians who master their instrument.
Will be proposed during the apprenticeship:
> the modes from the Radif,
> the different techniques of ornamentation,
> the relationship between poetry and music,
> the learning of contemporary pieces in Persian classical music,
> l’étude du lien entre les lignes mélodiques, les rythmes et le chant.
TERMS OF PARTICIPATION
The training is aimed at instrumentalists who already have a knowledge and practice of their own instrument that can play 1/4 of a tone, necessary for this repertoire.
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From a Kurdish family, Shadi Fathi perpetuates the thousand-year-old legacy of Persian classical music through a long-term concert experience and a luminous sense of improvisation.
Disciple of the great master Dariush Talaï, she also masters traditional stringed instruments and vibrates her sensitivity on digital percussions such as the zarb or more particularly the daf, with a style of playing in the line of the Ghâderiyeh brotherhood of Iranian Kurdistan.
Settled in France since 2002 and returning regularly to Iran, Shadi has since confronted her flowery musicality with European and Mediterranean aesthetics, multiplying collaborations on record and on stage.
She has supervised several Iranian music and Kurdish percussion courses in France and Switzerland. With these tutelary inspirations, she weaves this tenuous thread which, with a stroke, a word, a look or a note, pierces beauty and contains in infinite detail the power of universality. His music navigates in its living springs, those that, faithful to Sufi poetry, allow to see the world in a drop of water.