اعظم علی (Romanization: Azam Ali) was born in Iran but spent most of her early years in India before moving to the US in the mid eighties. She is a vocalist of astonishing diversity with a range covering music from the mediaeval European to the classical Eastern - Persian, Lebanese and Indian.

In November 1995, along with Greg Ellis, Ali formed Vas, producing four albums: Sunyata (1997), Offerings (1998), In The Garden Of Souls (2000), and Feast Of Silence (2004).

In 2002 she released her first solo album, Portals Of Grace, which saw her expand her repertoire even farther and prove her to be equally as adept in singing in 13th century French-Provençal, Galician and Ladino as she is in Arabic.

In 2005, Ali worked on a new project called Niyaz with solo artist Carmen Rizzo and Axiom Of Choice member Loga Ramin Torkian. Its self-titled album, Niyaz features Ali’s vocals sung in Urdu and Farsi, backed up by more electronica-style music.

In June 2006, Ali released another latest solo album, Elysium For The Brave, where she includes English singing in her repertoire.

Azam Ali collaborated with Keyavash Nourai and Shahrokh Yadegari on the album Green Memories, released in September of 2008.

In 2011, the latest album, From Night To The Edge Of Day was released. It features Ali’s unique take on traditional Middle Eastern songs and lullabies.

Edited by Jotsko on 21 May 2014, 12:49

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