Persian Tar

About the Artist

THE PERSIAN TAR VIRTUOSO PLAYER and TEACHER, Parham Nassehpoor was born in Tehran, Iran, 1976 and grew up in a musical family. He is the youngest son of Nasrollah Nassehpoor, the singing teacher and instructor of vocal repertoire of Persian art music.


► HIS MUSICAL EDUCATION:

♩. Carl Orff's Music Course for Children with Mohammad Reza Darvishi

♩. Persian Tar Course and Mirza Abdollah's Instrumental Repertoire of Persian Art Music with Zeydollah Tolu'i

♩. Persian Tar Course with Hossein Alizade

♩. Ali Akbar Shahnazi's Instrumental Repertoire of Persian Art Music with Dariush Talayi

♩. Persian Tar Master Course with Mohammad Reza Lotfi

♩. Vocal Repertoire of Persian Art Music and the Art of Singer Accompaniment in Persian Music with Nasrollah Nassehpoor

♩. Studying Old Manuscripts about Persian Music with Seyyed Abdollah Anvar

♩. Mirza Hossein Qoli's Instrumental Repertoire of Persian Art Music with Reza Lotfi Larijani
♩. Music Certificate

♩. Learning the Kamanche, Setar, Azeri Tar...


► FEATURED MUSICAL EVENTS:

♪ Persian Art Music Concert in "La Sala" de Camós, Banyolas, Spain
♪ Concert Poster

♪ Persian Art Music Concert in "Casa de Cultura", Girona, Spain
♪ Concert Poster

♪ Performance in the "Musics of the World Festival", Halle an der Saale, Germany
♪ Festival Poster

♪ Performance in the "Morgenland Festival", Ösnabrück, Germany
♪ Festival Booklet

♪ Performance in the "Musicas del Mundo Festival", Malaga, Spain
♪ Festival Brochure

♪ Performance in the "Musics of the World Festival", Halle an der Saale, Germany
♪ Festival Poster

 

my mother

Maybe it seems to be in a way strange, that I am going to write some lines about my mother in my musical biography page, specially that she is not a musician, who could be my musical teacher, but her role in the musical life of the family is so important and decisive or better to say so indispensable, that makes me dedicate this part of my page to her.

ROMAIN ROLLAND: I do not give the name hero to those who have triumphed by infinite thought or by sheer physical strength, but only to those made great by goodness of heart.