Over the years, the book fair has evolved from being a simple marketplace for foreign books, primarily frequented by university students, to an unparalleled event for cultural exchange, Mohsen Parviz added.
Parviz noted that the book fair has attracted cultural delegations from various countries, and its coverage of different sections and workshops has made it a unique platform for the exchange of ideas.
The TIBF has become a significant event for cultural enthusiasts, authors, publishers, and booksellers alike.
The 34th edition of TIBF will be held from May 10 to 20.
Qorbani’s Iran tour concerts to begin as of May 6
ISNA – Iran’s traditional vocalist Alireza Qorbani is all set to perform concerts in several Iranian cities including Tabriz Rasht, Gilan, Kerman, Yazd, Shiraz, Tehran and Kish Island.
Qorbani’s first concert is scheduled to take place in Gorgan on May 6 and 7. The concert will feature music pieces composed by Alireza Afkari and Hessam Nasseri.
Qorbani, known for his soulful and captivating performances, has gained popularity both domestically and internationally. He has performed in various countries around the world and has won numerous awards for his contributions to traditional Persian music. His performances often include a mix of classical Persian music and modern elements, attracting audiences of all ages and backgrounds.