Iraq to host Iran's Kamkars
The Iranian Kamkars ensemble is planning to perform traditional Persian and regional music with the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra (INSO), PRESS TV reported.
"We will hold concerts in the Iraqi cities of Sulaymaniyah and Arbil after the holy month of Ramadan," musician and leader of the group Houshang Kamkar told Fars News Agency.
"The group will be accompanied with a number of INSO members and musicians from Sulaymaniyah," he added.
Renowned Kurdish singer Adnan Karim will join the group and perform some pre-recoded pieces composed by the Kamkars members.
A Kurdish family of virtuosic vocalists and instrumentalists, the Kamkars are among Iran's leading musicians who perform traditional Kurdish and Persian music.
They have performed in national and international events across Europe and the US.