Featuring Sepehr Haddad author of "A Hundred Sweet Promises."
Interview with featured guest author Sepehr Haddad at University of Southern California (USC)
Discussing the writing of the novel, "A Hundred Sweet Promises." سپهر حداد با اولین کتابش صد وعده شیرین
Sepehr was interviewed for Manoto TV's program on the history of Persian/Iranian music from the Safavid era to Reza Shah Pahlavi. He spoke about his grandfather Salar Moazaz (Gholam-Reza) Minbashian, who wrote Iran's first national anthem in 1909, and his great-uncle Gholam-Hossein Minbashian who created the Tehran Symphony Orchestra in 1933. In Persian
With Jian Ghomeshi of ROQE
IACC Pars Place Slideshow for author talk with Sepehr
Iran International TV program on the life of Gholam-Hossein Minbashian, Sepehr's great uncle, and founder of the Symphony Orchestra of Tehran
Virtual Book Talk with IACC/Pars Place Hosted by Termeh Rassi
Sepehr's zoom discussion with the University of California moderated by acclaimed author and CBS journalist, Marc Sandalow.
With Producer/Host Suzi Khatami discussing Sepehr's debut novel "A Hundred Sweet Promises"