According to Rahbari, the Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts, China’s most famous opera, theater, and concert hall, has purchased the right to perform and videotape two tracks of ‘My Mother Persia’ on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Iran and China, IRNA reported.
He added that these two symphonic poems are to be performed at the Chinese center on July 25 and 26.
Rahbari has already released three albums of ‘My Mother Persia’ to the world market by the German company Naxos and is currently recording the fourth and fifth albums of this project.
Naxos Records, a Hong Kong-based German record label specializing in classical music, is scheduled to release Rahbari’s upcoming album, ‘My Mother Persia’.
The album features melodies and improvisations in Iranian traditional styles, including a violin concerto entitled, ‘Nohe Khan,’ by soloist Paula Rahbari.
Rahbari, the former conductor of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, performed ‘My Mother Persia’ at Aspendos Hall in Antalya in April 2018 along with the Antalya State Symphony Orchestra and prominent Iranian vocalist Mohammad Motamedi.