Aisan Hoss was born in Tehran, Iran, in 1984. She is a dancer and choreographer from Tehran, Iran. She started studying and performing Iranian dances at the age of twelve and teaching at the age of eighteen. While doing her BS in Business Management from Azad University in Tehran, Aisan attended a study-abroad English language program in London where she first encountered contemporary dance.
Bahman Mofid was born on July 27, 1942, in Tehran, Iran. He is known for his work on Brothers in Blood (1975), Meshki (1975), and Dash akol (1971). He was married to Sodabeh Karimi. He died on August 16, 2020, in Tehran.
Kameliya Afshari has been studying music in a conservatoire setting since the age of 6. She began at the small music school in her neighborhood, quickly deciding that singing would be her only instrument, after managing to mangle Gentil Coquelicot on the violin.
Rana Gorgani was born in Germany. She subsequently grew up in France, where she still lives today. Fascinated from an early age by the Persian culture, Rana was fortunate to grow up in a family very present in the Arts where music and poetry were a constant fixture in her household.