Homayoun Khorram

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Homayoun Khorram
Born (1930-06-30)June 30, 1930
Origin Bushehr, Iran
Died January 17, 2013(2013-01-17) (aged 82)
Genres Persian traditional music
Occupations Musician, violinist, composer
Instruments Violin
Website www.homayounkhorram.com

Homayoun Khorram (Persian: همایون خرم‎), (June 30, 1930 – January 17, 2013) was an Iranian musician, composer, violinist, and a member of the high council of Iran's house of music.[1]

Khorram began his music career as a violinist at the age of 10 by participating in master Abolhassan Saba violin and Radif classes. After four years of lessons, Khorram entered the State National Radio Orchestra as a violin soloist and afterwords as a concert maestro.[2][3] Due to the genius musical talent and passion he start to work as a leading composer of the National Radio at the age of 21.[4]

At the same time with music education, he followed up academic education and acquired M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering. On one occasion, Khorram commented that he found music and engineering complementary rather than contradictory, both having roots in mathematics.

During his career specially as soloist and composer in the famous radio musical program Golha Khorram composed many songs for notable singers including Hossein Ghavami (Fakhteh), Marzieh, Hayedeh, Shajarian and made over a hundreds of instrumental pieces for violin and orchestra, charmezrabs, overtures in collaboration with outstanding contemporary artists including Javad Maroufi, Jalil Shahnaz, and Farhang Sharif.[4] In recent years, he worked with such young talented singers as Mohammad Esfahani and Alireza Ghorbani. He was also responsible for helping to bring the famous Iranian singer Moein onto the stage.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "درباره خانه موسیقی - خانه موسیقی ایران". Iranhmusic.ir. Retrieved 2012-02-02. 
  2. ^ "Biography of Mr. Homayoun Khorram". Homayounkhorram.com. Retrieved 2012-02-02. 
  3. ^ "Liliette Homayoun Khorram, contemporary composer". Bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-02-02. 
  4. ^ a b "Master Homayoon Khorram". Tebyan.net. Retrieved 2012-02-02. 

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