Sepideh Raissadat recorded her first album with Master Parviz Meshkatian, while she was only 18, and in 1999, she became the first female vocalist to have a solo public performance in Iran, since 1979.
Sepideh started studying Persian classical music at the age of nine with the famous Iranian singer Parissa, then continuing to perfect her knowledge with renowned masters, Parviz Meshkatian and Mohammad Reza Lotfi. Among instruments, she has chosen the Setar to accompany her voice.
In 2009, she graduated in musicology at the University of Bologna, Italy, while she already had graduated in Painting in Iran.
Invited by prestigious institutions including the UNESCO, the Vatican, and international media such as BBC and RAI, she has had numerous performances in Europe, notably with great Italian musicians, Franco Battiato and Andrea Parodi.
Sepideh is currently continuing her academic research in Ethnomusicology at the University of Toronto, focusing on Sassanid music.