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Ava Bahram

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Leila Bes Hagh (Persian: لیلا بسحق , born 23 August 1978), better known by her stage name Ava Bahram (Persian: آوا بهرام), is an Persian singer and songwriter.

Ava Bahram

She was born into a family of artists and music lovers, Her father is a violinist and her mother has a beautiful voice. Ava Bahram was one of the students of Mohammad Sedghi goftar, known as Professor Ahmadzadeh,(Persian: استاد احمدزاده) and gained her music knowledge by attending professor Ahmadzadeh's classes. From her teens she was a teacher of piano, singing, and surfer.

Prior to her emigration, Ava Bahram was a prominent music activist during her time in Iran.  And in 2005, along with ninety other pop music activists, they sent a critical and open letter to the president Mohammad Khatami urging the government to support her activities[1].

She is also a graduate of agricultural engineering from Iran Azad University. Designing, supervision and naming Laleh and Ladan Park in Tehran is one of the construction projects by Ava Bahram.

Due to her innate talent and interest in music, she grew rapidly in music. In 2003, she collaborated with Mehregan Music Institute under the direction of Farhad Reyhani and Raja Mohammadi and performed her first live performance in the concert of Mehregan Music Group in Tehran Air Force Hall as the lead singer.[2]

In 2012, a talent contest, dance and singing competition was organized by the Iranian community living in the UAE with the cooperation of some Persian-language television channels, and Ava Bahram was present as the main judge.

She is one of the most successful women artists in Iranian society.[citation needed] Ava Bahram has performed live on various stages, including on Manoto, BBC Persian and GEM TV.

In 2014, Bahram became famous with the song "roozhaye tanhaei", which was released as the title track of the Turkish series Fatmagül'ün Suçu Ne?. The song "roozhaye tanhaei" was very popular among Iranians and was broadcast every night from 2015 to 2017 through GEM TV channels, so very quickly the song became one of the megahit music works in the Iranian music community.  Later, the title track of the movie Opportunity Again and the famous series Gulperi were produced, performed by Bahram and broadcast on GEM TV channels and were placed in the archives of media and official websites.

In 2017, Bahram gave a live performance as the musical guest star for the finale of the popular Manoto TV talent show Stage.

In 2018, at the invitation of Emele Sayin, the Turkish music legend, she participated in a concert with her in Istanbul and performed the famous song "Gole Sangam" with Emele Sayin.

She has moved outside of Iran because of the conditions and the ban on the singing of women (she said in a 2016 interview with BBC Persian TV presenter Behzad Bolour)[3]. She relocated to UAE – Dubai in 2010, then to Turkey in 2016.

Bahram's music has been released under the label of Avang Music and Radio javan.[4][5][6][7]

Videography[edit]

cheshaye to with the label of PMC Music and directed by Mehrdad Kamkar in 2013 Nagoo Miram with the King Records label directed by Ramin Kabiri in 2013.

Nafas with the King Records label directed by Kasra Shojaei in 2014.

Roozhaye Tanhaei (Fatmagul) directed by Kian Nabavi in 2015.

Nimeh Shab with the label of Avang Music directed by Ramin Kabiri in 2016.

Live television of the song Aghrabe Zolfe Kajat composed by Ali Akbar Sheida, a poet attributed to Nasser al-Din Shah Qajar, arranged for the orchestra by Siavash Ariamanesh and the voice of Ava Bahram. Broadcast from Gem TV channel for Nowruz special program for 2019.

Live television of the song Emshab shabe Mahtabeh by composer and poet Ali Akbar Sheida, arranged for the orchestra by Siavash Ariamanesh and the voice of Ava Bahram. Broadcast from Gem TV channel for Nowruz special program for 2019

Discography[edit]

single
Song name Poet Composer Producer Year
Cheshaye to Yashar Hashemzade Ava Bahram Rasha Taghipour 2013
Nagoo Miram Hamid Reza Samadi Bahador Farhang Rasha Taghipour 2013
Nafas Afshin Moghadam Babak Zarin Rasha Taghipour 2014
Roozhaye Tanhaei Maryam Delshad Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliyari 2014
Aghooshe To Maryam Delshad Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliyari 2014
Bavaram Kon Maryam Delshad Ava Bahram Behrouz Aliyari 2015
Nimeh Shab Maryam Delshad Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliyari 2016
Az Rahe Door Maryam Delshad Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliyari 2017
Goftam Ghaboole Maryam Delshad Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliyari 2018
Hale Mara Darad Maryam Delshad Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliyari 2019
Gol Ya Pooch Abbas Zarvandeh Vahid Pouyan Behrouz Aliari 2019

References[edit]

  1. "نامه جمعي از فعالان موسيقي پاپ به خاتمي". خبرگزاری مهر | اخبار ایران و جهان | Mehr News Agency (in فارسی). 2 April 2005. Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  2. "گروه مهرگان". گروه موسیقی مهرگان (in فارسی). Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  3. "بایگانی برنامه ها". BBC News فارسی (in فارسی). Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  4. "Ava Bahram | Navahang.com". Navahang. Retrieved 6 August 2020.
  5. "Ava Bahram Archives". The Iranian. Retrieved 6 August 2020.
  6. "Ava Bahram on SoundCloud – Listen to music". SoundCloud. Retrieved 4 August 2020. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. "Ava Bahram MP3s". Radio Javan. Retrieved 4 August 2020.

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