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Niloufar Talebi is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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  • Niloufar Talebi is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music.
  • Niloufar Talebi (نیلوفر طالبی) is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music.
  • Niloufar Talebi (Persian: نیلوفر طالبی‎) is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music.
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  • Niloufar Talebi is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music. She took a BA in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), and an MFA from the Writing Seminars at Bennington College. She studied Performance Art at UCI, and Method Acting at the Shelton Studios. Talebi has held residencies at the Ledig House International Writer's Residency at Omi International Arts Center, the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts, the American Lyric Theater’s Composer/Librettist Development Program, the Washington National Opera's American Opera Initiative, and John Zorn's The Stone during Visionintoart's inaugural Ferus Festival in 2014. Her most recent multidisciplinary project is her hybrid memoir, Self-Portrait in Bloom, and its companion opera, Abraham in Flames, both inspired by the life and work of the Iranian poet, Ahmad Shamlou. Self-Portrait in Bloom contains 30 of Shamlou's poems and his other works in Talebi's English translation.
  • Niloufar Talebi (نیلوفر طالبی) is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music. She took a BA in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), and an MFA from the Writing Seminars at Bennington College. She studied Performance Art at UCI, and Method Acting at the Shelton Studios. Talebi has held residencies at the Ledig House International Writer's Residency at Omi International Arts Center, the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts, the American Lyric Theater’s Composer/Librettist Development Program, the Washington National Opera's American Opera Initiative, and John Zorn's The Stone during Visionintoart's inaugural Ferus Festival in 2014. Her most recent multidisciplinary project is her hybrid memoir, Self-Portrait in Bloom, and its companion opera, Abraham in Flames, both inspired by the life and work of the Iranian poet, Ahmad Shamlou. Self-Portrait in Bloom contains 30 of Shamlou's poems and his other works in Talebi's English translation.
  • Niloufar Talebi (Persian: نیلوفر طالبی‎) is an author, award-winning literary translator, librettist, multidisciplinary artist, and producer. She was born in London to Iranian parents. Her work has been presented by, and/or performed at Carnegie Hall, Cal Performances, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, American Lyric Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Riverside Theatre, Royce Hall, ODC/Dance Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Magic Theatre, Intersection for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford University, and Brooklyn Academy of Music. She took a BA in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), and an MFA from the Writing Seminars at Bennington College. She studied Performance Art at UCI, and Method Acting at the Shelton Studios. Talebi has held residencies at the Ledig House International Writer's Residency at Omi International Arts Center, the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts, the American Lyric Theater’s Composer/Librettist Development Program, the Washington National Opera's American Opera Initiative, and John Zorn's The Stone during Visionintoart's inaugural Ferus Festival in 2014. Her most recent multidisciplinary project is her hybrid memoir, Self-Portrait in Bloom, and its companion opera, Abraham in Flames, both inspired by the life and work of the Iranian poet, Ahmad Shamlou. Self-Portrait in Bloom contains 30 of Shamlou's poems and his other works in Talebi's English translation.
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