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Sweet sounds at Mavis’s Kitchen

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The final concert in the dinner concert series at Mavis’s Kitchen on Friday 22 June will continue the theme of ‘variety’ with a fusion of musical cultures, including a new perspective on Iranian folk music presented by guitar, voice and cello trio, Sweet Sounds.

Singer Shirin Majd has performed extensively across Austria, Iran and Australia over the past 12 years, gaining an impressive following with her blend of western classical music, Iranian folk and opera. Earlier this year, she joined with guitarist Behnam Tonekaboni and cellist Katherine Philp to create Sweet Sounds.

Tickets for their 22 June performance at Mavis’s Kitchen are priced at $70 per person, which includes a glass of champagne on arrival and a beautiful two-course dinner. Bookings are essential – phone 02 6679 2244 for reservations or book online at www.tyalgumfestival.com.au.

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