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"Overwhelming Sounds and a Dancing Conductor"
 

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"Mitt liv handlar om Kärlek och Musik."  Nazanin - en Pionjär

"My life is all about Love and Music." Nazanin - a Pioneer.

 

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by Thomas Stoll (click on picture to read whole article)
 

Watch video with Turku Philharmonic here

 "...Aghakhani is a pioneer in many ways, and in the context of classical music, even emancipatory."

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Turku Philharmonic 1.11. 2013 @ St. Michael´s Church- Nazanin Aghakhani, conductor, Kalle Toivio, organ- Mozart, Beethoven, Saint-Saëns.

 

 

 


 

Only corrections: Back then, I was only mother to a son...&: I am a little shorter than 1,60 cm...!
 


 

listen to live recording of Segerstam´s 224th smyphony "just remembering..." - a world premiere!
 

 

 

 

Nazanin Aghakhani:

First female conductor of Tehran Symphony Orchestra/Iran in HISTORY!

 

خبرانلاین: بعد از تردیدهای بسیار درباره فعالیت نازنین آقاخانی به عنوان اولین زن رهبر ارکستر سمفونیک تهران، این خبر به صورت رسمی توسط انجمن موسیقی ایران اعلام شد
 


 

 

Helsingin Sanomat, Finland/ 3.2.2008

 

 "The intense and clear conducting of young female conductor Nazanin Aghakhani had an immense enchanting effect on the whole audience and also her musicians. During the entire performance and even after, the hall was filled with the mental storm she had produced solely through her pure musicianship."

on worldpremiere of Ville Raasakka´s opera "Fatal Lesson"

 

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Helsingin Sanomat, Finland/ 2007

 

" A condcutor who gets her musicians to put the bits and pieces onto the right spots."

on Tim Page's chamber piece "Philomela", worldpremiere at Musica Nova Festival, Helsinki

 

Hallandsposten, Sweden/ 2005

 

“...Aghakhani's controlled and restrained use of the baton, provided clear guidance to the orchestra, but she refrained from excessive gesticulations intended to excite the audience. Her well maintained contact with the soloist undoubtedly made an active contribution to the highly creditable result.”

on concert performance with Halmstad Chamber Orchestra & Maximilian Bratt (piano, violin)