Born in Tehran (1960), he started to study music (composition and playing the Trombone) with the Bulgarian Vanku Najdnof at the age of 14. A few years later he made his first compositions for TV series and stage acts.

Today , he is an established composer who has won numerous awards. He has written the scores of more than 140 movies including “So Close So Far”, “Nargess” and “Ghadamgah” which brought him the award for best soundtrack from the Int’l Fajr Film Festival in Tehran. Among his other compositions are “Rastkhiz” Overture on Rumi’s poems, “Noctural Songs” suite for 5 cello and soprano, “7Pieces” for seven flutes, “Love Seemed Easy” Overture for choir and percussion , Song on “Nima’s poems” for 5 basses and percussion, Earth Whisper and Gypsy Moon.


Released works (Hermes Records):

So Close So Far, Earth Whisper

Gypsy Moon, Qeshm Island

Edited by OSSGeek on 8 Jan 2009, 07:13

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