Rihab Azar Trio will take you on a journey through the rich sounds of both classical and contemporary Middle-Eastern music with the unique combination of oud (Rihab Azar), upright-bass (Dudley Phillips) and percussion (Corrina Silvester).
Rihab Azar is a Syrian oud player and music educator, graduate of the Conservatoire of Damascus. Rihab was the first woman oudist to perform accompanied by the Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music (2014). In 2015, she was a recipient of a Chevening scholarship which enabled her to study Music Education at Master’s level at UCL . Arts Council England recognised her as a musician of "exceptional promise” (2016). Since 2015, Rihab has been performing around the UK , collaborating on several interdisciplinary and cross-genre projects.
All areas of the venue are accessible to those with limited mobility, including wheelchair users. Large print versions of our printed programme will be available throughout the Festival. You can read Dardishi's access information, or view the CCA Accessibility Guide. If you require a BSL interpreter, please make a request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with a minimum of 48 hours notice. You can contact CCA via Contact Scotland BSL – Scotland’s British Sign Language Interpreting Video Relay Service.
Dardishi Festival is utilising a sliding scale ticketing system, so that everyone, regardless of their economic circumstances, can attend. If you are unsure how much you should be paying, have a look at our guidance document.