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Maryam Ebrahimpour

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Maryam Ebrahimpour
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Maryam Ebrahimpour (Saba Studio 2018)
Background information
Birth nameMaryam Ebrahimpour
Born (1968-06-11) June 11, 1968 (age 52)
Tehran
GenresPersian traditional music
Occupation(s)Music producer
InstrumentsTar,setar,violin
  • Soprano
Years active2009–present
Labels
  • Tehran Symphony Orchestra
  • The Kamkars
Websitewww.maryamebrahimpour.ir

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Maryam Ebrahimpour (born June 1, 1968 in Tehran) is a violinist, qichak player and singer of Iranian traditional music. He is a member of the Kamkarsha band and a violinist at the Tehran Symphony Orchestra.

Early Life[edit]

Maryam Ebrahimpour was born on June 10, 1958 in Tehran.[1]Her father, Mohammad Ebrahimpour, taught her traditional Iranian music, musical instruments and singing, and her mother, Meh Jabin, from Tehran, wrote and wrote poems for the great writers. Iran got acquainted. From the age of four, he took classes in the National Ballet Institute of Pars, where he began performing arts and studied ballet for ten years with Abdullah Nazemi (founder of the Institute, Designer and Dance Master). He chose the violin as his main instrument and learned it from Heshmat Sanjari. He learned the classical art of singing from Behjat Ghassari, a famous Iranian soprano.

Ebrahimpour is an Italian language graduate of Tehran Azad University. His mother tongue is Persian and in addition he is fluent in Italian and Kurdish. He is also a teacher of violin and cellophane at Tehran's art institutes.

Career[edit]

Ebrahimpour married Arsalan Kamkar in 1991 and joined the Kamkar group. In 1992, he gave his first concert with the Kamkar group in Stockholm, and since then he has accompanied him in various concerts, including in the cities of Malm , Utahbury, Cologne, Falun Festivals, and WOMAD. He has also been a member of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra since 1373 and the violinist of this orchestra. He has also given solo concerts in Sulaimaniyah, Erbil and Dohuk in Iraqi Kurdistan.[2]

Among the works that Ebrahimpour has sung are Khak and Oh Vienna, the soundtrack of Christ's film, and the music of TV series by Ahmad Pejman, Majid Entezami and Babak Bayat.

Effects[edit]

  • Singing on the album Eh Varad composed by Kamkarha.[3]
  • Singing and playing on the album Kamkarha and Khayyam composed by Kamkarha.[4]
  • Singing on the album It's Sunrise composed by Arsalan Kamkar.[5]
  • Singing in the album Mastan Salamat Mikandan composed by Tahmours Pournazeri.[6]
  • Singing on the album Biaban Bikran composed by Kamkarha.[7]
  • Singing in Far to Near Album composed by Houshang Kamkar.[8]
  • Singing in Nishtman Album composed by Sohrab Pournazeri.[9]
  • Singing in the album Mah composed by Mesbah Ghamsari[10]

See also[edit]

  • Tehran Symphony Orchestra
  • Kamkarsha band
  • Ardavan Kamkar
  • Ardeshir Kamkar
  • Arsalan Kamkar
  • Hooshang Kamkar
  • Bijan Kamkar
  • Pashang Kamkar
  • Ghashang Kamkar
  • Arjang Kamkar

References[edit]

  1. "/maryam-ebrahimpour". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. "The Kamkars". www.kamkars.net. Retrieved 2020-05-21.
  3. "«ئه وراد». نوایاب". Navayab. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  4. ""Kamkars and Khayyam". نوایاب". Navayab. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. ""It's getting sunny." نوا یاب". Navayab. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  6. ""Mastans are healthy." نوا یاب". Navayab. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  7. ""The Infinite Desert." نوایاب". Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. ""Far to near."". Navayab. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  9. ""Our writing". Navayab. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  10. "The album "Mah" was released with the accompaniment of Maryam Ebrahimpour and Mesbah Ghamsari". solartnews.com. Retrieved 2020-05-21. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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