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Mamak Khadem Sings the Poetry of Sepehri (Complete)

HOUSTON, January 24, 2013 — Called "…one of the wonders of world trance music" by The Los Angeles Times, vocalist Mamak Khadem captivates an audience at Asia Society Texas Center by blending her roots in Persian poetry and music with a bold new sound. (1 hr., 24 min.)


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