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ARJANG SEYFIZADEH

    ARJANG SEYFIZADEH was born in 1983 in Tehran into a family deeply rooted in music. His father, Mohammad Hossein Seifizadeh, devoted his life to poetry and music, while his mother, Masoumeh Mehr Ali, was a singer and educator in the field.

    His journey in the world of music began in an environment filled with poetry and melodies. At the age of five, he started learning the tombak from the esteemed master, Naser Farhangfar. At seven, he took up the tar under the guidance of the skilled teacher, Davoud Azad.

    In 1994, when Hossein Alizadeh took over the management of the Music Conservatory, Arjang enrolled there to pursue his studies. He continued his musical education, particularly in playing the tar, under the supervision of Mohammad Reza Ebrahimi and Fariborz Azizi, the instructors at the conservatory.

    During his university studies, he studied under the renowned artist, Mohsen Nafar, mastering the art of combining poetry and music. In 2000, he founded the “Vasal” group and collaborated on several music projects with his young friends both in Iran and abroad. He has been shining in various music groups and concerts.

    Arjang has followed the guidance of great music masters and devoted himself to the excellence of his artistic soul.