Ramzi Salti Interviews Iraqi-Jordanian Violinist Layth Sidiq

Watch at https://youtu.be/z9f-54LuMqM

Stanford Lecturer + Arabology Host Dr. Ramzi Salti recently spoke to Iraqi/Jordanian violinist Layth Sidiq ليث صِدّيْق  in an audio-visual interview which includes an exclusive live performance as well as the following musical excerpts: 
  • 0:00​ - 01:14​ Bagdad by Layth Sidiq (Album: Son of Tigris) 
  • 15:10​ - 16:27​ Eastern Waves by Layth Sidiq (Album: Son of Tigris) 
  • 19:17​ - 20:32​ Foag El-Nakhal by Layth Sidiq, Rohith Jayaraman (Album: Hamsa) 
  • 30:13​ - 30:51​ Zaha Bi Khadayk al-Khafar - زها بخديك الخفر by Layth Sidiq; Violin arrangement: Mohammed Othman Sidiq (Full video at https://youtu.be/fThYA345ZDo​) 
  • 33:50​ - 38:39​ Grief is a Journey | الحزن رحلة by Layth Siqiq (Performed Live)
Watch below or at https://youtu.be/z9f-54LuMqM


ABOUT LAYTH SIDIQ:
Layth Sidiq is an award-winning violinist, composer and educator and the current artistic director of the New York Arabic Orchestra. He has toured the world and shared the stage with major artists such as Simon Shaheen, Danilo Perez, Javier Limon and Jack Dejohnette, as well as performing in prestigious venues like the London Jazz Festival, Boston Symphony Hall, WOMEX Expo, Panama Jazz Festival and more. He is featured on multiple award-winning albums and his first record Son of Tigris was premiered at the Montreal Jazz Festival in 2016. In 2018, Layth won 2nd place at the Seifert International Jazz Violin Competition as the first Arab to ever participate, and he was also recently awarded 'Best International Artist' at the 2020 Boston Music Awards. He also directs the Center for Arabic Culture's Youth Orchestra Program in Boston and is a faculty member at Carnegie Hall’s ‘Music Educators Workshop.’ For more, go https://www.laythsidiqmusic.com​ 

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