Mehdi Bozorgmehr

  January 01, 2022   Read time 1 min
Mehdi Bozorgmehr
Mehdi Bozorgmehr (born in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian musician and composer.

Mehdi Bozorgmehr was born in Tehran, Iran. He is a prolific composer of symphonic, choral, ensemble, arranger, children music, and film score. His current positions in Iran include:

  • A member of the Committee of Composers and Orchestra Leaders at the Khane Music (Iran's top music centre).
  • A member and secretary of the Iranian Association of Film Composers at the Khane Cinema (Iran's top cinema centre)
  • A member of the Academy of Iranian Cinema Referees at the Khane Cinema

He started music by playing piano and then took private classes with Kambiz Roshanravan, a renowned Iranian composer, learning music theories, harmony, Counterpoint, form, analysis, and composition. He professionally worked as a composer in 1993 and released five albums of rhymes and songs for children. He then worked as a composer with Tehran Symphony Orchestra, the national radio and television, movies, television series and animation.


Mehdi Bozorgmehr composes classical music, symphonies, quintets, quartets, trios, piano and ensemble for symphony orchestras. His works include:[9]

  • Symphony No 1 (Path of Fire)
  • Suite Symphonic No 1 (Epic)
  • Concerto for cello and orchestra (Shining)
  • Concerto for flute and string orchestra (Green Lines)
  • Concerto for piano and string orchestra (Flight)
  • Concerto for violin and string orchestra (The First Love)
  • String quartets No 1 and 2
  • 12 pieces for piano and voice (Tale of thy Tress)
  • Trio for violin, cello and piano
  • Trio for flute, bassoon and harp
  • Duets for cello and piano; violin and piano; clarinet and piano; flute and piano; piccolo and piano; soprano solo and piano
  • Composing music for Iran's classic poetry such as that of Khayyam, Rumi, Bedil Dehlavi, Hafez, Saadi Shirazi and others.

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