Mohammad Reza Lotfi and she plays Setar as her major instrument. Sepideh was the first female singer in Iran after the revolution who sang in a duet, when women could only sing in groups. This was recorded as her first Album composed by Mr. Meshkatian when she was 18.
After she finished her Bachelors in Painting, she moved to Italy to pursue her artistic education. She graduated in Musicology majoring in Ethnomusicology from the University of Bologna. While in Italy, she was invited by the Vatican and different Italian TV channels and performed as a soloist with one of the oldest Italian choirs. She also performed with the most well known Italian musicians such as Franco Battiato, Andrea Parodi, Mauro Pagani, etc. Last year, UNESCO chose her as the representative of Osmani music in the International Mugham Festival in Baku. Over the past few years, she has academically researched the pre-Islamic ancient Persian music. Currently her major research area is focused on Sassanid music.
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