With guest Ali Akbar Moradi. I have known and and followed Moradi and his music for over 14 years and admired his steadfast dedication to the traditional music of Kurdistan of Iran. He’s an Ahli-Hakk religious minority from Kermanshah of western Iran and has been performing and presenting this ancient Yarsan culture and music to the world audiences. He currently lives in Kurdistan and occasionally visits US and performs with his traditional Tembur music and singing Kurdish Maqams world wide. He had a wonderful concert in Berkeley this past weekend and will be in California giving performances and teaching. He has collaborated with some of the most notable artists from Iran.