Ode to a woman

Maureen Nehedar, the first female performer of Persian liturgical music, is coming to Confederation House.

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July 1, 2015 20:07
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Maureen Nehedar

Maureen Nehedar. (photo credit: ORIT PNINI)

 
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Maureen Nehedar has the perfect pedigree for her line of work.

Born in Iran, she made it over here with her family as a small child and has been promulgating Persian music – and a wide swathe of piyutim, or liturgical music – for some time now.

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