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Sepehr Ensemble

Sepehr Ensemble

Sepehr Ensemble


Sepehr Music Ensemble founded by some of the regular members of CPRPM (Center of Preservation and Research of Persian Music) in 2001 in Tehran, Iran. Currently, Sepehr, as a private organization, works on the traditional Persian music in Iran. All the founders are the college of music graduates from the well known universities in Iran and have done a lot of researches and works on traditional styles of playing musical instruments. Asareh Shekarchi: Read more on Last.fm
Sepehr Music Ensemble founded by some of the regular members of CPRPM (Center of Preservation and Research of Persian Music) in 2001 in Tehran, Iran. Currently, Sepehr, as a private organization, works on the traditional Persian music in Iran. All the founders are the college of music graduates from the well known universities in Iran and have done a lot of researches and works on traditional styles of playing musical instruments. Asareh Shekarchi: Borne in 1981 in Tehran, She started learning music at age 7. When she was 10 she started her “Tonbak” practice with late Dariush Zargari and in Fajr Music festival of 1995 and 1996 she received the second prize. In 1998 she started to learn “Kamancheh” under the guidance of her father, Master Ali Akbar Shekarchi and in 2000 she entered Tehran’s University of Fine Arts. She received the first prize for “Radif Navazi” at Student Music Festival in 2002.

She has played in many concerts as a duet player with her father in cities such as Tehran, Rasht, Shiraz, Semnan, Damghan, Arak, Ahvaz and countries such Switzerland, France and Italy. She is now teaching “Tonbak” in Arash Music Institute. Bahareh Fayyazi: She was borne in 1979 in Tehran and started to practice Sitar at age of 8 under Zedollah Toloee. She pursuit music by learning Tar under the guidance of Masters such as Arshad Tahmasebi, Dariush Talayee, Dariush Pirniakan, Hasan Alizadeh and Masoud Shoarie and performed in many concerts with Nu Bahar ensemble. She also received first prize winner in Fajr Music Festival in 2000, competing in solo Tar and in 1980 she graduated from Tehran University of Fine Arts in 2001. Bahareh Fayazi is member of Institute of Modaresin and navazandegan of Tehran Music House and is supervisor for Bahar Music Institute. Najmeh Saghir: Borne in 1982 in Shiraz, she learned Setar under the guidance of master Keyvan Saket.

From 1999 She started taking classes in “Oud” under the guidance of Mohmmad Reza Ebrahimi. She Also Play “Oud” in "Khorshid" Ensemble And "Banovan-e Mehr" Ensemble. She is the graduate of Art University. Seyed Ehsan Abedi: Borne in 1981 in Arak, He started music by playing Zarb with help of Mohammad Aghayie.

From 1999 he started taking classes in “Ney” under Reza Rabie and when he entered Sureh University he continued his “Ney” practice under the guidance of Abdolnaghi Afsharnia. He also practiced with late Hadadian for 3 years. He is member of Institute of “Modaresin and Navazandegan of Tehran Music House” and also teaches Ney in “Avaye Mehrabani” and “Bahar” Music Institutes. Ahmad Rezakhah: Borne in 1972 in Khoeinishahr of Isfahan, and in 1990 started to practice Santur under the guidance of Babak Deiheem and Saeed Naemi Manesh.

In 1994 he took lessons with Pashang Kamkar and two years later he entered Tehran University of Fine Arts and graduated 4 years later while practicing Santur under the guidance of Master Majid Kiani. He was member of “Shahnazi” ensemble for 4 years and performed in many concerts with the ensemble and was the runner up in first and second Student Music Festival, competing in “Radif”. Rezakhah also studied classical music with masters such as Kambiz Roshanravan and Alireza Mashayekhi and at the moment he is doing research in traditional method of Iranian music under the supervision of Majid Kiani. Farid Kheradmand: Farid was born in 1975 in Tehran and in 1984 started to practice Zarb with Abas Dabestani.

He then started to learn modern methods of Tonbak Navazi in 1990 with Jamshid Mohebi. After 4 years he got more interested in traditional methods of music and learned Radif under the guidance of Ali Bayani and Master Majid Kiani. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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