Shakila

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Shakila
Born (1962-05-03) May 3, 1962 (age 52)
Tehran, Iran
Genres Persian, Classical
Occupations Singer
Years active 1990–present
Associated acts Operatica
Website Official Website

Shakila (Persian: شکیلا‎) (born May 3, 1962, Tehran) is a Persian vocalist and master of classical Persian music.

She studied both Persian classical music, (from maestro Mahmoud Karimi) and western classical music. In 2005, Shakila was awarded by Persian Academy Awards International for her modern Classical Performances. Shakila is the youngest child of her family. When she was only nine she was invited to a television show, which caught the attention of producers. Her family thought she was too young to sing professionally, so she focused on her studies. She studied music with Mahmoud Karimi at age 15 until some time afterward. When she turned 18 she decided to move to the United States.

Shakila currently holds numerous international awards. She also performed on several international soundtracks, which she won several awards for.

Shakila does not make the lyrics or melody herself.

After studying classical music, she released her first album, "Kami Baa Man Modaaraa Kon." She is heavily interested in poetry, and sings many of Rumi's poems.[1] Shakila has two sons, Shahrod and Behrod. She currently resides in San Diego, CA. [2]


Discography[edit]

Album Tracks Year
Kami Ba Man Modaaraa Kon
  1. Sedaayeh Eshgh
  2. Yegaaneh
  3. Minevisam Az Tou
  4. Kami Baa Man Modaaraa Kon
  5. Entezaar
  6. Nefrin
1990
Geryeh Dar Ragbar
  1. Geryeh Dar Ragbaar
  2. Jaan-O-Jahaan
  3. Parsookhtegaan
  4. Ghafas-E-Tang
  5. Baaz Aamadam
  6. Sabz-E-Sabz
1992
Gheybate Noor
  1. Shab
  2. Navaaii
  3. Gohar Noh Sadaf
  4. Gheybateh Noor
  5. Aavaazeh Eshgh
  6. Ghalandar
1993
Live In Concert
  1. Yegaah
  2. Geryeh Dar Ragbaar
  3. Entezaar
  4. Kami Baa Man
  5. Sedaayeh Eshgh
  6. Baaz Aamadam
  7. Royaa
  8. Gaaneh Gahaan
  9. AAvaazeh Eshgh
  10. Hilat Rahaa Kon
  11. Minevisam
  12. Ghafasehtang
  13. Navaaii
1995
Aakharin Kokab
  1. Aakharin Kokab
  2. Deleh Man
  3. Monaajaat
  4. Khat-E-Sevom
  5. Royaa
  6. Tavaaf
  7. Khodaahaafez
1997
Ersiehaayeh Aatefie
  1. Ersiehaayeh Aatefie
  2. Yaar
  3. Aasheghi
  4. Ghanaari
  5. Baza
  6. Sanama
  7. Zendegie
  8. Ghanaari(Instrumental)
1998
Zabaaneh Negaah
  1. Zabaaneh Negaah
  2. Peer Farzandeh
  3. Darvish
  4. Delijaan-E-Eshgh
  5. Morghak-E-Khiaal
  6. Ey Zendegi
  7. Ghoaam Be Haj Rafteh
1999
Ashke Mahtab
  1. Del Majnoon
  2. Mabood
  3. Ashke Mahtab
  4. Nimeh-Hoshyar
  5. Ghame Yar
  6. Vadi Eshgh
  7. Bani Alam
2000
Aava
  1. Morgh-E-Sahar
  2. Tak Derakht
  3. Setaregan
  4. Bidad-E-Zaman
  5. Rosvaye Zamaneh
  6. Ashofteh Hali
  7. Soghati
2001
Live In Concert
  1. Ersieh
  2. Biyar Maeem
  3. Kami Ba Man Modara Kon
  4. Baza
  5. Zendegi
  6. Ghoghayeh Setaregan
  7. Morghake Khiyal
  8. Zabane Negah
  9. Morghe Sahar
  10. Ghame Yar
  11. Ghome Be Haj Rafteh
  12. Tak Derakhti & Bibade Zaman
  13. Navaie
2001
Ansooye Bi-su
  1. Az toh
  2. Rasmeh Zamooneh
  3. Aan Sooyeh Bisoo
  4. Khashm Makon
  5. Nooreh Khodaa
  6. Bahaareh Delkash
  7. Charkheh Gardoon
2002
Jadouye Sokout
  1. Shah'e Mani
  2. Nemidanam
  3. Keras Kordi
  4. Jadouy'e Sokout
  5. Ya' Mohammad Ya'Ali
  6. Ey Esheghan
2003
Labe Khaamoush
  1. Labe Khamoush
  2. Saburi
  3. Dar In Donya
  4. Safar
  5. Souratgare Naghash
  6. Ahouye Vahshi
  7. Ey Eshgh
  8. Souratgare Naghash (Inst.)
2005
Sho'leye Bidaar
  1. Jahaane asheghaan
  2. Shabe entezaar
  3. Kooche
  4. Sho'leye Bidaar
  5. Gole bi bahaar
  6. Faryaad
  7. Ramide
2008
Mojdey e Azadi
  1. Mojdeye Azadi
  2. Nedaye Mardome Iran
  3. Ariyaei Nejad
  4. Yeki Shodan
  5. Armeniyen Folk Medly
  6. Medly of Old Songs
  7. Vaghte Paridan
  8. Norouz
2009
Fereshteh Baanu
  1. Maeshough
  2. Fereshteh Baanu
  3. Shekanjeh Gar
  4. Rahaa Kon Naaz
  5. Le Yaareh
  6. Jaan-E-Jahaan
  7. Geryeh Nakon
  8. Che Khaahad Shod
2013

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