Hamid Mohsenipour

Program Taught Flute
Levels Taught Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Styles Classical, Folk
Teaching Since 2004
Online or Studio Online

He was born in Tehran in 1980. At the age of 12, he enrolled in the Tehran Conservatory to study the transverse flute. He attended the University of Tehran until he graduated in Persian classical music from the Honar Hâye Ziba department. He worked in the Tehran Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Cheknavarian and Shardâd Rohanì. From 1998 to 2008, he played permanently in the Iranian Radio Television Orchestra, participating in numerous musical recordings. From 1998 to 2008, he worked as a multi-instrumentalist in the Tehran Television Orchestra. He taught tombak in several music schools in the city and for a period of time also at the university "Elmi Karbordi." As a composer, he recorded two albums: "Mei Goli" (2005) and "Shoore Masti" (2008). Since 2008 he has been living in Rome, where he graduated from the conservatory of Santa Cecilia. He plays in the Conservatory Orchestra and the Orchestra of the maestro Alfredo Santaloci. He is a permanent member of the Persian music group "Navà ensemble," with which he recorded the CD "Hilat" (2009). He has played and still plays in the groups: "Suoni Perduti," "Avinar Ensemble," "Contaminazioni". Coritmie", "Pejvak Ensemble" and has performed several concerts in Italy and abroad with these ensembles. He collaborated with the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio by Mario Tronco for the soundtrack of the Film "Fiori di Kirkuk" by Fariborz Kamkari.


Title Master of Music
Conservatory / University / College Santa Cecilia Conservatory of Music
Awards N/A
Languages Spoken Italian, Farsi

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