Shahram Nazeri (Persian: شهرام ناظری; Persian pronunciation: [ʃæhˈɾɒːm nɒːzɛˈɾiː]; Kurdish: شارام نازری; also Romanized as Shahrām Nāzeri; born 18 February 1950 in Kermanshah) is a contemporary Iranian tenor from Kermanshah who sings classical.
The New York Times has dubbed him the "Persian Nightingale" and the Christian Science Monitor has called him "Iran’s Pavarotti". Most recently he was awarded with Chevalier des Arts et Lettres medal from The government of France for his lifetime achievements in Iranian traditional music
UCLA has honored Shahram Nazeri with the Living Legend Award. The United Nations has honored Nazeri with are cognition award for his legendary contribution to the revival of Kurdish and Iranian Classical Music. The Irvine City Hall Award of Distinction in Persian music was given to Shahram Nazeri for his contributions in spreading Rumi’s spiritual message of peace through the language of music
Shahram Nazeri - Atash Dar Neyestan | شهرام ناظری - آتش در نیستان - YouTube
Legendary Vocalist and Rumi Symphony Project to Entertain Attendees at Tiger Ball 2012
he was the first vocalist to set Rumi’s poetry to Persian music thirty-five years ago, thus establishing a tradition of Sufi music within both Persian classical music and Kurdish music and his music was instrumental in introducing Western musical audiences to both Sufism and to the poetry of Rumi
Şehram Nazirî - Kevokim by niteliksiz on SoundCloud
February 25, 2006 was named "SHAHRAM NAZERI DAY" in San Diego County by the Mayor and the Chairman of San Diego’s Board of Supervisors. Soon after this date Shahram Nazeri also received arecognition award from the Congress of the United States and was invited to perform and lecture...
Master Nazeri’s performances have garnered critical acclaim worldwide and won him awards at music festivals around the world. In 1975, he won First Prize at the Concours de Musique Traditionelle, the first competition to showcase Iran’s great performers. More recently, the Ministry of Culture in Iran named him the Best Singer of Classical Persian and Sufi Music
Also Asia Society has awarded him by Lifetime Cultural Heritage Award. Master Nazeri has released over forty recordings to date; His "The One Hundred Leaf Flower" (Gol’eh Sad Barg) recording has held the record for the highest selling album of Persian classical music and Sufi music in the history
Shahrām Nāzeri; born 18 February 1950 in Kermanshah) is a contemporary Iranian tenor from Kermanshah who sings classical. He has been accompanied by some of the authorities of Iranian traditional music such as Jalil Shahnaz, Alizadeh, Jalal Zolfonoun and Payvar. He often works with his son Hafez Nazeri, a composer. Born in a Kurdish family
ناظری خوانندهای است که در آثارش روحیه تکرار ناپذیری دارد و همواره تلاش نمودهاست که نگرش و تجربهای جدید را در آواز و موسیقی بوجود آورد. وی تحریرهای ریتمیک و خاصی را از سالهای پایانی دهه هفتاد خورشیدی در آثارش استفاده نمود، از جمله این آثار میتوان به آلبومهای ساز نو آواز نو، سفر به دیگر سو، لولیان و مولویه (شور رومی) شاره کرد.