|Program Taught||Kamancheh and Violin|
|Levels Taught||Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced|
|Online or Studio||Online|
Behnoosh is an Iranian-style violinist and kamancheh player with extensive performance and teaching experience. She has studied Iranian-style violin from great masters such as ostad Asadollah Malek, Siavash Zendegani, and kamancheh with ostad Mohammadreza Lotfi, Ardeshir Kamkar, Saeed Farajpouri, and Darvishreza Monazzami. In addition, she holds a Master's degree in Iranian Music Performance from Tehran University. Behnoosh has performed with some of the most important Iranian groups, such as Sheyda Ensembles, Simorq Ensemble and has also performed as a soloist in Iran and Europe and has appeared on many recordings.
She has been teaching Iranian music for over a decade and has served as an instructor at the Faculty of Music at the University of Kurdistan. Behnoosh is deeply rooted in the tradition of Iranian music teaching, emphasizing the development of listening and observation, as well as note reading, to learn the intricacies of this art.
She is currently studying Music Technology and Digital Media at the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto.
|Title||Master of Music|
|Conservatory / University / College||University of Toronto|
|Awards||Multiple Award Winning Musician|
|Languages Spoken||English, Farsi|