Khosh Amedeen

Thank you for your interest in the Concert of Songs Celebrating Mehregan. It will be a live performance presented by Edris Foroughi and his brother Veysroo and accompanist Sepehr Eghdami, along with the 16-member Ava Choir. Hosting this event will be our Rotarian Board member Marty Fadaei, a friend of many years of Edris and Veysroo and the catalyst for this concert. 

Mehregan is an ancient Iranian holiday celebrating the autumnal equinox, just as Now Ruz celebrates the vernal equinox. The concert also recognizes the contributions of Iranian-Americans to our society. 

The concert will be held on Sunday, October 6, 2019, at the Agoura Hills Calabasas Community Center at 27040 Malibu Road, Calabasas, CA 91301.  The doors open at 2:00 pm; the performance begins at 2:30 pm with a half-hour of songs with the Ava Choir. Following is a half-hour intermission. The performance resumes at 3:30 pm for songs performed by Edris, Veysroo, and Sepehr. The performance concludes at 5:00 pm. The songs in Farsi will have a translation shown on the wall behind the performers. These songs stem from a journey which Edris made as a young man throughout the various regions of Iran to study regional music. Edris has been a popular radio host at Radio Hamrah, FM3 94.7 and has a graduate degree in musicology. 

Light refreshments will be served during intermission. We expect to have some CD’s for sale along with other souvenirs of Iranian culture. 

We ask that you now click on the Reservation button above, so we know to whom we are selling a ticket. Once registered, you will be guided to the payment site. We ask that payment be made by credit card to our PayPal account. You will get confirmation of payment from PayPal which will serve as your admission ticket.

Seating is for 130 people. The 25 front row seats are $35 apiece. The 3 back tiers of seats (30, 35 and 40) are $25 for an adult, $10 for a child and $15 for an adult student. We encourage voluntary donations. Net proceeds of the event benefit the Calabasas Rotary Club, for use in projects at home and abroad. 

For more information, you may go to Edris’ Facebook fan site (  If you have questions, you can call 818-814-6394. 

Come enjoy this performance and the genius and centuries of tradition that created it.