An artists playing live electronic music in a Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit
An artists playing live electronic music in a Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit

Watch Sina Bathaie live at Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit [Video]

Sina Bathaie‘s performance at the Van Gogh Exhibition stood out for its seamless integration of diverse musical elements. He included the oud, handpan, ukulele, and santur, which harmonized with interactive Van Gogh paintings, creating an immersive sensory experience unlike any other.

Producer and multi-instrumentalist Sina Bathaie put together an unforgettable performance that brought art and music together in a lively way. With a tapestry of sounds from instruments like the oud, handpan, ukulele, and santur, Sina’s music flowed smoothly into the interactive Van Gogh paintings, giving the audience a one-of-a-kind sensory experience.

Sina was born in Iran and learned to play music from his father, Master Javad Bathaie, when he was very young. He studied Persian classical music for a long time and also took classes in Composition and Orchestration for Films at Berklee College of Music. These classes helped him develop his own style, which is a mix of traditional Persian and world music with electronic elements.

Mixing music with the Van Gogh paintings and the Immersive Exhibit

The show that night showed how Sina can use music to bring people from different cultures together. Van Gogh’s famous paintings came to life as his tunes echoed through the room, with each stroke beating in time with the music. Sina seemed to have reached the heart of Van Gogh’s art and translated it into a language that the soul could understand.

Sina’s music was full of feeling and depth, and it showed that he knew how to use both old and new musical methods perfectly. Each piece, from eerie melodies to rhythmic pulsations, showed a different side of Sina’s musical world, a world where the past and the present come together in a way that sounds good.

As the last sounds faded into the background, there was a feeling of awe among everyone. Sina Bathaie was a true master in every sense of the word during those brief moments. He not only entertained but also taught.

Watch the video of the full performance below.

Seven Ponds live at Immersive Vangogh Exhibit - Sina Bathaie