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A performance weaving together traditional elements of Indonesian shadow puppetry and live theater.
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Highlights from The Bandistan Ensemble's July 14 appearance at Asia Society.
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The classically-trained Saami Brothers perform traditional qawwali music following the two-day Lahore Literary Festival at Asia Society in New York.
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Highlights from the traditional Acehnese dance performance by Tari Aceh!, an all-female group from Banda Aceh in Sumatra, Indonesia.
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The instrumental quartet from Peshawar, Pakistan, gets an Asia Society crowd on its feet with their music rooted in Pashtoon traditions.
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The four members of Khumariyaan participate in a post-show discussion with members of the audience and Asia Society's Rachel Cooper.
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Sutra Dance Theater dancer and choregrapher Ramli Ibrahim takes questions from Asia Society's Rachel Cooper and the audience.
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Malaysia's Sutra Dance Theater presents "Krishna: Love Re-Invented," which retells the love between Krishna and Radha, on the Asia Society stage.
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Excerpts from the innovative multimedia stage production, followed by a conversation between the artists and Shirin Neshat.
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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.
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Iranian singer-songwriter brings his mixture of influences to a sold-out Asia Society.
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Members of the Pakistani band noori discuss how their personal musical influences have played a big role in their unique sound.

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Asia Society's Creative Voices of Muslim Asia is a multidisciplinary initiative using the arts as a springboard to understand the complexity of the many cultures included in the Muslim world.
Supported in part by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art, Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and New York State Council for the Arts.