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Bahram Sarang



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Bahram Sarang was born in 1951 in Mianeh, Iran. From very early age he showed his great passion and talent for classical Persian music. He was no more than 10 years old when he could proficiently sing and perform songs and poetry that he heard on the radio or any other source.
His extreme love and desire for classical Persian music eventually directed him towards becoming a knowledgeable vocal performer. By listening to masters of Persian music performers such as; Banaan, Ghavaami, Adib-e Khaansaari, Dardashti, Eghbaal Azar, Bahram was able to memorize all intricate modals and tones in Persian music.

At age 13 he began learning to play the violin as an essential music instrument while studying the theory of Persian music.
His first performance on stage was at age 15 and from then on he advanced to the level of masters.
Two years later Bahram had his first debut performing songs on Tabriz Radio. At that point of his life, meeting masters such as Dr. Ahad Behjat motivated him to study classical Persian music at an academic level. His attendance at East Azarbaijan Music Academy won him three consecutive scholarships to Tehran Music Conservatory where he graduated in the year 1970.
Bahram advanced to perfect his knowledge of music in modals of Persian music, (called ” Radif ‘’ in Farsi) by attending Master Mahmoud Karimi and Esmaeil Mehrtash’s orders in different conservatories. Being a natural in art, he proceeded to study Persian calligraphy with Master Morteza Abdul Rasuli, a calligrapher, musician and disciple of very well known Habib Somai (the famous santour player).

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