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Shayda Concert by Mohammad Reza Lotfi & Sheyda Ensemble
Listening to original and traditional Iranian songs can fascinate the heart of any listener. This Music Album is played by Mohammad Reza Lotfi.
Mohammad Reza Lotfi
Mohammad-Reza Lotfi was an Iranian classical musician renowned for his mastery of the tar and setar. He collaborated with singers such as Mohammad-Rezā Shajarian, Hengameh Akhavan, Shahram Nazeri and Alireza Shahmohammadi. Encouraged by his older brother, he learned to play the tar and showed his talent by winning the first prize in Iran’s Young Musicians Festival in 1964. The following year, he started his studies at the Persian National Music Conservatory in Tehran under Habibollah Salehi and Master Ali Akbar Shahnazi. He was a tar player for the Fine Arts Administration Orchestra (Saba Orchestra) under the direction of Hossein Dehlavi. Some of his other eminent teachers were Abdollah Davami, from whom he learned the Radif, and Master Sa’id Hormozi, who taught him the setar. He continued his collaboration with Radio and Television and co-founded the Shayda Ensemble. Between 1978 and 1980, Lotfi became the Head of the School of Music at Tehran University. He served as the director of the Center for the Preservation and Propagation of Traditional Persian Music and the “Chavosh” Center. In 1984 Lotfi was invited by Fondazione Cini to participate in a seminar and perform concerts in Italy where he resided for two years. He lived in the United States from 1986 until his death and performed widely throughout Asia, Europe, and North America.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Number of CD/DVD||1|
|Musicians||Mohammad Reza Lotfi|
|Persian Title||کنسرت شیدا اثر محمدرضا لطفی|