Distinct Assyrian female voices singing the songs of the living legend Ashur BetSargis at MN 2015

Three of the most distinct Assyrian female voices singing the most inspirational songs of the living legend Ashur Bet Sargis. Having hand picked the songs himself, Ashur offers his perspective on solidarity, nationalism, and the continuation of hope through his lyrics. He is not only one of the most popular Assyrian singers, but also one of our most brilliant lyricists.  In addition, this past year amidst the struggles of our people in Iraq and Syria with ISIS, Ashur made several trips to the home land to give first hand accounts of the struggle and assist in providing humanitarian aid to those in need.

Mariela Shaker to collaborate with Mesopotamian Night

Three nights ago, an Assyrian-Syrian 23 year-old violin virtuoso, performed a solo show at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington DC.  Then on June 25, 2015, Mariela Shaker, was at the White House to be honored by the President of the United States of America, receiving the prestigious title of becoming 2015’s CHAMPION OF CHANGE, from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees(UNHCR).

Rachel Sarah Thomas (KSRA) Live at Mesopotamian Night 2015

In a period of one year, the talented singer/songwriter Rachel Sarah Thomas has performed at the Mesopotamian Night concerts in three different cities.  Her debut was in Oct. 2014 at the Chicago event, the second was last May 2015 in Los Angeles and on August 1, 2015 she will be in San Jose, California to perform at the 8th annual Mesopotamian Night at the California Theater.  She is to perform her adaptation of the legendary Assyrian singer Ashur BetSargis songs. 


Give Assyrians a night of music and song and we show up with our dancing shoes ready to party. It's our way, for after all, we're a musical people with a ready song on our tongue and a spring in our step. For Mesopotamian Night — Los Angeles (MN-LA), though, we can leave the shoes at the door and come in for an unforgettable musical experience.