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Bahram Rad

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Bahram Rad
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BornBahram Rad
(1978-01-15) 15 January 1978 (age 46)
Tehran, Iran
💼 Occupation
Musician, singer, songwriter, composer
Height1.82m
🌐 Websitebahramradmusic.com
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Bahram Rad (Persian: بهرام راد‎) (born 1978 in Tehran, Iran is an Iranian singer, Composer, Arrangement.

Biography[edit]

Bahram Rad was born in January 1977 in a middle-class traditional and almost religious family with four children in Iran Tehran. He spent his childhood in Abbas Abad Street in Tehran. After finishing primary school and starting high school with the support of his older brother and away from the eyes of the father of the family due to opposition, at the same time he began to learn classical music with flute from Mr. Majid Sinaki.

Music career[edit]

Simultaneously with completing his studies in vocational school as a draftsperson, he gave his first concert entitled Flute and Guitar in the fall of 2000 l with his friend Dr.Reza Kaghez Kanani, who has been working professionally in Music in Roudaki Hal and this friendship and cooperation continued for about seventeen years.

After the successful performance of that program, Bahram Rad established several music groups with different names, including the Saye Roshan group, etc. to perform various programs in different halls and conferences, including the conferences of the affection of Music on Physical and Mental Health. He also paid attention to the cultural offices of various countries, including Germany and Austria. He was one of the first to create a wind trio including the flute, clarinet, and bassoon, entitled Reconciling Music with Other Arts after the Revolution, with Ms. Aminzadeh (clarinet) and Mr. Morshedian (bassoon) playing, and himself in galleries their opening or closing ceremonies.

In addition to these activities, he also taught music to young people and was one of the first groups to start teaching music scientifically after the Iranian Revolution in music schools that had just been licensed by the Ershad. He has also recorded several works as a musician, including the music of the film Gavkhoni directed by Behrouz Afkhami and composed by Keyvan Honarmand.

After passing a recording course from the House of Music and earning experience in this field as a sound recordist, he also started his activities in the field of recording, mixing and mastering music, and finally set up a personal studio to record his works in Tehran. He also has a first degree from the House of Iranian Music.

He has several albums and eleven songs[1] and is currently working on a new album called Singer with Twelve Songs.

Discography[edit]

Bahram Rad released the following albums and Songs.

  • Divar (Persian: دیوار), Lyrics Saba (2017)[2]
  • Payamak (Persian: پیامک), Lyrics Raha (2017)[3]
  • Eddea (Persian: ادعا), Lyrics Reyhane Hashemi (2018)[4]
  • Aghooshe Tanhat (Persian: آغوش تنهات), Lyrics Reyhanh Hashemi (2018)[5]
  • To Bashio (Persian: توباشیو), Lyrics Reyhanh Hashemi (2018)[6]
  • Gheseh Tanhaee Ma (Persian: قصه تنهایی ما), Bahram Rad (2018)[7]
  • Eshghe Mani (Persian: عشق منی), Lyrics Bahram Rad (2018)[8]
  • Zendeh Be Goor (Persian: زنده به گور), Lyrics Bahram Rad (2018)[9]
  • Rube Azadi (Persian: رو به آزادی), Lyrics Bahram Rad (2017)[10]
  • Ehsaseh Tarak Khordeh (Persian: عشق ترک خورده), Lyrics Reyhanh Hashemi (2020)[11]

References[edit]

  1. "Bahram Rad". music.youtube.com.
  2. "Divar" – via open.spotify.com.
  3. "Payamak - Single by BAHRAM RAD" – via music.apple.com.
  4. "Shazam". Shazam.
  5. "Aghooshe Tanhat - Single by BAHRAM RAD" – via music.apple.com.
  6. "To Bashio - Single by BAHRAM RAD" – via music.apple.com.
  7. "Shazam". Shazam.
  8. "Bahram Rad - 'Eshghe Mani'" – via www.navahang.com.
  9. "دانلود آهنگ جدید بهرام راد زنده به گور". دانلود موزیک ، دانلود آهنگ ، دانلود موزیک ویدئو. 26 January 2020.
  10. "Rube Azadi روبه آزادی کاری از بهرام راد" – via soundcloud.com.
  11. https://www.bahramradmusic.com/portfolio-item/ehsas-tarak-khorde/

External links[edit]

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