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Creative Voices of Muslim Asia

Creative Voices of Muslim Asia

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Arts
/ New York
The instrumental quartet from Peshawar, Pakistan, gets an Asia Society crowd on its feet with their music rooted in Pashtoon traditions.
Arts
/ New York
The four members of Khumariyaan participate in a post-show discussion with members of the audience and Asia Society's Rachel Cooper.
Arts
/ New York
Sutra Dance Theater dancer and choregrapher Ramli Ibrahim takes questions from Asia Society's Rachel Cooper and the audience.
Arts
/ New York
Malaysia's Sutra Dance Theater presents "Krishna: Love Re-Invented," which retells the love between Krishna and Radha, on the Asia Society stage.
Arts
/ New York
Excerpts from the innovative multimedia stage production, followed by a conversation between the artists and Shirin Neshat.
Arts
/ New York
U.S.-based Iranian band Kiosk perform their song "Yarom Bia" ("Come My Love"), accompanied by Mohsen Namjoo on vocals, before a packed house at Asia Society.
Arts
/ New York
Iranian singer-songwriter brings his mixture of influences to a sold-out Asia Society.
Arts
/ New York
Members of the Pakistani band noori discuss how their personal musical influences have played a big role in their unique sound.
Arts
/ New York
Indonesian dance troupe combines West Sumatran traditions of martial arts, dance and percussion in a work that reflects both spiritual practice and contemporary expression.
Arts
/ New York
The Iranian singer-songwriter discusses the vibrant popular music scene that has emerged in his country in defiance of official prohibitions.
Arts
/ New York
Indonesia's Papermoon Puppet Theater reinvents traditional puppetry in a mixed-media production exploring themes of identity, society and Indonesia's recent past.
Arts
/ New York
Performing in New York, Arieb Azhar offers his own take on the beloved Sufi classic.

About

Asia Society's Creative Voices of Muslim Asia is a multidisciplinary initiative using the arts as a springboard to understand the diversity of Islam as a creative inspiration.
Originally supported in part by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and New York State Council for the Arts.