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Interview with Boshra

Interview with Boshra

Born in 1985 in Shiraz, Boshra is an Iranian poet, writer, actress, and model who was first introduced to Persian literature by her grandfather before starting primary school. She developed a precocious love of poets such as Iradj Mirza and Parvin E'tesami whose work inspired her to write her own poetry from a young age. Boshra later studied Children's Literature and Theatre at the BIHE University and eventually left Iran for the USA in 2009 where she currently resides.

Aisan Hoss

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.

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MohammadReza Shajarian

Mohammad-Reza Shajarian (23 September 1940 – 8 October 2020) was an Iranian classical singer, composer, and of Persian traditional music. He has been called "Iran's greatest living maestro of Persian classical music."Shajarian is also known for his skills in Persian calligraphy and humanitarian activities.

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kameliya Afshari

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. 

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Chloe Pourmorady

Chloe Pourmorady is a Persian-American violinist, vocalist, and composer best known for her wide range of musical expression spanning from western to modal music. A creative chameleon, Chloe writes pieces that are innovative and captivating to global audiences; no one piece resembles the last.

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Rana Gorgani

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.

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