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Shahriyar Jamshidi

Shahriyar Jamshidi was born in 1971 in the city of Kermanshah-Iran. He has a Bachelor of music from Tehran University of Art- faculty of music.
He has trained with professional musicians such as Mahmood Merati, Mojtaba Mirzadeh, Ardeshir Kamkar, Hadi Montazeri and Munis Sherifov. He has performed with Bahman Rajabi in Chakad ensemble.

In 2003, he pioneered the Dilan music group (Derived from the name of Kurdish composer Ghader Dilan).
The group has held several concerts in Tehran. The most recent ones were held at Roodaki and Mahak Concert halls.
He has performed at several well known TV channels including KTV, Norooz and Kurdsat and has been a devoted composer aiming to preserve the forgotten music of Kurdistan.

Shahriyar’s works include Alvanati (2004), Call of the mountain (2008). He is currently working on a new album which will be released later this year.

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Mohsen Badri was born in 1980 in Songhor (province of Kermanshah) in a family of artists and music lovers. In his childhood years he started playing the Tonbak and in 1997 completed the advance classes under the supervision of maestro Bahman Rajabi. Later he began studying other percussion instruments and eventually attended Mr Bijan Kamkar’s classes. He is a graduate of the college of music and has performed with several musical groups.

In 2001 he won the 1st prize for solo percussionist at the Fajr music festival. Furthermore, in 2008 He was invited to the Mediawave International Festival of music & movie in Hungary where he had many successful performances in the cities of Budapest & Guör.