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.
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.
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.
Anahita Skye’s new single, “Gold” releases worldwide Friday, September 7th; Raw, edgy and unapologetic, her vocals immediately draw you into a beguiling world washed with deep, resonant guitars as seductive as an unruly night in the California desert. LISTEN NOW
Erwin Khachikian’s love of music began at an early age. He was born in Tehran in 1973 to an Armenian family and his initial musical influence was his father, who was skilled at playing both the guitar and organ. Growing up in a musical household led Erwin to formally study music at age 11.