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Alireza Farhang

Alireza Farhang taught at the University of Tehran and founded his own music school. He won the Albert Roussel scholarship, and obtained superior diplomas in composition and orchestration. Alireza had the opportunity to work with Brice Pauset and Joshua Fineberg, Toshio Hosokawa, Hans Peter Kyburz, Olga Neuwirth, Kaija Saariaho and Gérard Pesson, as well as with Tristan Murail, Michael Jarrell and Yan Maresz.

He was accepted to read Musical Composition and Technologies as part of a new European Course (ECMCT) jointly developed by IRCAM, and the Technische Universität, Universität der Künst and Hochshule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin. His training in Western and Persian music has led him to question the prospects he wanted to rethink and refine. He is the cofounder of ACIMC (Association for Iranian Composers of Contemporary Music). His works have been performed in many countries.