Students inspect a large/super-sized manuscript during a field trip to the Smithonian in DC, Feb. 2, 2017
Haji Noor Deen Mi Guang Jiang with students during calligraphy demonstration.
Sunday, November 19
Stokes 102-Haverford College
Joe Tayoun started playing at the early age of eight at his family’s renowned Middle East Restaurant in Philadelphia where live, authentic Arabic, Turkish, Persian, Armenian, Greek, and Israeli music and dance were performed nightly for over forty years. Learning from the area’s top Middle Eastern musicians, Joe became adept at the many styles of drumming within these different ethnicities. He performs with various Middle Eastern and World Music ensembles locally, regionally, and internationally, as well as conducting workshops and master classes at schools and universities. He has been the recipient of several noteworthy grants from such organizations including the: NEA, PCA, PAEP, and the State Department. He currently performs with M’Oud Swing, an original, progressive World Jazz Ensemble, and Barakka, an original Turkish World Rock group.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
6:00 - 8:00 pm - Thomas Hall 224