NBC News

Iran allows German musician Schiller to play first Western concerts since 1979
TEHRAN, Iran — No non-classical Western musician has been given permission to play concerts in Iran since the country's Islamic Revolution of 1979.

This week marked a watershed then, with German electronic musician Schiller bringing his pulsating beats to awestruck audiences in the capital Tehran.

"I couldn’t believe it when I heard Schiller was going to performing in Iran," said Arash, a 22-year-old student who declined to provide his last name. "At first I thought my friend was joking, there is no way they are going to give permission for Schiller to perform here, but they did. This is so amazing!"


Financial Tribune

US Museum Hosts Moshiri’s Pop Art

Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, US, is showing paintings and sculptures by Iranian pop artist Farhad Moshiri, 54.

Under the banner of ‘Farhad...