Alireza Assar

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Alireza Assar
Born January 24, 1970 (age 47)
Tehran, Iran
Origin Rey Avenue, Tehran, Iran
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Songwriter, Singer
Instruments Piano
Years active 1997 - present
Labels Abbey Road Studio, Irangaam Records, Soroush Multimedia Corporation, Hamavaz Ahang, Avaye Barg, Hozeh Honari Music Center,

Alireza Assar (Persian: علیرضا عصار‎) (January 24, 1970 in Tehran) is an Iranian Musician and Persian pop singer and composer and Piano and guitar player.[1]


The oldest child of a four-member family in Tehran, His studied the piano under the supervision of Kavous Samandar, Javad Maaroufi and Mostafa Pourtorab. His first concert was in "Aboureihan-e Birooni" Hall in Shahid Beheshti University at age 16. Since then he had several concerts worldwide.

He began his career as a Pop singer in March 1997 (Norouz 77) by performing "Eidaneh" in TV. His first album, "Kouch-e Asheghaneh", published in 1999, with the hit single "Ghodsiane Aseman" made him one of the most popular singers of the new generation of pop singers after the Islamic Revolution.[1]

He continued his career with Foad Hejazi as his co-worker and band director. He published four more albums with Foad and toured many cities in Iran with him.

In 2006, Assar started a new genre of Persian pop in collaboration with renowned conductor, Shahrdad Rohani and London Symphony Orchestra.[1] "Open Secret" comprises seven pieces inspired by poetries from Ahmad Shamlou, Mohammad Reza Shafiei-Kadkani, Afshin Yadollahi, Shahkar Bineshpajuh, and Afshin Moqaddam. The work was recorded in Abbey Road Studio.

After that Album, Assar published two more albums, "Mohtaseb" and "Bazi Avaz Shodeh".[1]


Studio Albums[edit]

  • Kooch-e Asheghaneh (Loving Migration), 1999 Pezhvak Studio
  • Hal-e Mane-e Bi To, 2001 Studio Echo
  • Eshgh-e-Elahi (Agape), 2003 Soroush Multimedia Corporation
  • Ey Asheghan, 2005 Studio Saba
  • Molay-e-Eshgh, 2007 IranGaam
  • Nahan Makon (Open Secret), 2008 Abbey Road Studio
  • Bazi ʿAvaz Shodeh (The Game Has Changed), 2011 Hozeh Honari Music Center
  • Mohtaseb, 2011 Hozeh Honari Music Center
  • Say No (Begu Na), 2015

Single Songs[edit]

  • Ey Yar Ghalat Kardi!, March 13, 2014
  • Derakht Istaade Mimirad, 2015
  • Man Ba Toam, 2016


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