توجه ! این یک نسخه آرشیو شده میباشد و در این حالت شما عکسی را مشاهده نمیکنید برای مشاهده کامل متن و عکسها بر روی لینک مقابل کلیک کنید : Amir-Mahyar Tafreshipour

Saturday 18 October 2008, 03:51 PM
Name: Amir-Mahyar Tafreshipour
Nationality: Persian
Profession: Composer-Pianist

BA ‘piano’ - Academy of Music - Esbjerg, Denmark -2001
BA ‘composition’ Trinity College of Music - London, England - 2003
MA ‘composition’ Guildhall School of Music and Drama - 2004

Amir Mahyar was born in Iran 1974.
In 2001 he achieved his BA in pedagogic and piano performance from ‘Esbjerg Music Conservatory’ in Denmark .
In 2003 he received his BA in composition from ‘ Trinity College of Music’ in London .
He was also awarded a silver medal by the Duke of Kent for his outstanding achievement.
In 1993 and 1994 he won the 2nd and 1st prize at the yearly ‘World Music Festival’ in Vejle - Denmark . In 1996 he was nominated as the ‘Foreign Artist of the Year’ in Denmark .

He is a composer in residence for ‘ Gahrn Ensemble’ based in Denmark who often performs in Denmark , Poland and Norway . In 2002 he was commissioned to compose the national anthem of Iranian ‘Scouts Society of Iran’.
In 2003 he won the first prize of the Tehran University composition competition.
Recently he had a world premier of his piece ‘Persian fantasy for harp’ performed by the international solo harpist and BBC symphony orchestra principal harpist ‘Sioned Williams’in Iran .
He is now studying composition on a Masters at the ‘ Guildhall School of Music and Drama’ in London with Malcolm Singer. Near future plans are to continue at ‘ Kings College University ’ on a PhD. research course.
His latest commission is a harp concerto to be premiered in 2005.
Compositions :
‘The Mystery of Zarathustra’ chamber opera in three act.
‘Iranica’ for chamber orchestra.
‘Cave Man’ for the film, Cave Man.
‘Yasna 29’ for soprano, baritone, piano and clarinet.
‘My Persian Childhood’ 12 small pieces for piano.
‘Anticipation’ for string orchestra.
‘Kotshalvri, Neylabaki, Rammal’ for Precaution, Cello, Piano, Flute, Clarinet and Guitar.
‘Dark Blue’ three pieces for viola and piano.
‘Sirens’ for Cello and Precaution.
‘Hamsayee Bahar’ Springs Neighbor, scouts song for choir and orchestra.
‘Tardid’ a comission from ‘A.Kabir university’-Tehran
‘Sheypour’ for brass quintet.
‘Chinvanet’ for viola solo.
‘Dialog’ for string quartet.
‘Tango’ for string quartet and perc.
‘Violin Sonata’ for violin and piano.
‘Baharestan Sq.’ for electronic and double bass.
‘lullaby of loss’ for 12 cellos.