Mohammad Esfahani

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Mohammad Esfahani
محمد اصفهانی
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Born MohammadMahdi Vaezi Esfahani
(1966-07-05) July 5, 1966 (age 50)
Tehran, Iran
Occupation
Website www.mohammadesfahani.com
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
Years active 1994–present
Labels
  • Donya Music Group
  • Soroush Multimedia Inc
  • Hamavaz Ahang
  • Irangaam
  • Hamavaz Ahang
  • Iran Seda Inc
  • Avaye Nakisa Records
  • Avaie Entezar
  • Payam Records
  • Avakhorshid
  • Payam Cultural Artistic Institute
  • Meshkat
  • Persia Records

Mohammad Mahdi Vaezi Esfahani (Persian: محمدمهدی واعظی اصفهانی‎‎)(born July 5, 1966 in Tehran) also known as Mohammad Esfahani is an Iranian Persian pop and Traditional singer. He graduated from The Medical Sciences University of Iran in 1997, while learning Iranian music from the famous Iranian traditional singer Mohammad-Reza Shajarian and his best student Ali Jahandar.[1]

Discography[edit]

Mohammad Esfahani has 16 official Studio albums and two live concert albums released with famous composers such as Homayoun Khoram, Fereydoun Shahbazian, Babak Bayat.[2]

Studio Albums[edit]

  • Tanhatarin Sardar
  • Alnour
  • Golchin - (Iranian Classical Music)
  • Velayat-e Eshg - (Iranian SoundTrack)
  • Hasrat
  • Faseleh
  • Tanha Mandam (I was left alone) - (Iranian National Music)
  • Mah-e-Gharibestan (The Moon of Solitude)
  • Noon o Dalghak
  • Haft Sin
  • Ekhrajiha
  • Barkat
  • Hozour 1 (In live concert)
  • Hozour 2 (In live concert)
  • Bi Vajeh (Wordless)
  • Shekveh

Single Songs[edit]

  • Vasl o Hejran , 2014
  • Zarrin Kolah , 2014
  • Sabzeye Norooz , 2015, Avaie Entezar

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