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406 Montague Rd (entrance via Drake Street),
West End QLD 4101

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  • Tirgān
Tirgān Tirgān
A Night of Music and Cultural Celebration!


Two sets of Iranian traditional classical and Kurdish, Azari folk music as well as favourites from the Radio Orchestra of Golha, will be performed by highly regarded local musicians of the AVA and RONAK ensembles.

about Tirgan, A Night of Music and Cultural Celebration

Persian signature events, Nowruz and Tirgan Festivals, coincide with two of the most important ancient Iranian/Persian celebrations in March and July.

These events have become the world’s largest Iranian art and culture celebrations and a popular meeting point for the best local and international talents presenting Iranian cultural programs. The festivals are held in prestigious locations worldwide, such as Toronto, Los Angeles, Paris, London, and many famous cities in Europe and Asia, with over 1,000,000 visitors worldwide.

Iranian musicians in Queensland are now keen to accommodate more spectacular events and welcome more visitors.


Standard $75

Concession $60

*A transaction fee of $5.00 applies per transaction.

Concession types:

Valid student card holders only

Terms & Conditions of Sale

Performance dates & times

The performance will commence at 5pm.

Duration – Approximately two hours, including a 20-minute interval.

Important information

Suitable for all ages.
For wheelchair and accessible seating or ticketing enquiries please email or call us to arrange on (07) 3013 6666.

RONAK Ensemble

A Iranian/Kurdish music band based on a musical family. Jamal and Ronak are the founders who have been playing music together for many years, with a rich background in Kurdish culture. Since moving to Australia, they extended their musical career through the following musician in Queensland:

• Ronak Taghikia: Vocals
• Jamal Khezri: Oud, Violin & Backing Vocals
• Sahar Dilmaghani: Piano
• Arzhang Khezri: Guitar
• Majid Tahmasbi: Guitar Bass
• Arash Zanganeh: Percussions

AVA ensemble

Sina Motamed an Iranian musician who has performed with professional and talented musicians worldwide. Since moving to Australia in 2020, he established the Persian classical and traditional AVA ensemble with Queensland and Victoria musicians. AVA Persian classical music ensemble performs with the arrangement as follows:

• Maryam Parsi: Vocals
• Mahshid Davallou: Oud
• Saeed Mohamadian: Santoor
• Mohamad Javadi: Tar
• Homeira Aryanpad: Daf
• Arash Zanganeh: Tonbak
• Sina Motamed (leader): Kamancheh

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