Amir Mahyar Moradi

Pianist performs Tchaikovsky's Concerto No.1

Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Vahdat Hall, 2011. Conductor Shahrdad Rohani:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3


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Homayun aziz..

by aziz on

Could have mentioned Azerbaijan Republic as well for "similar preffesional classical music orchestra (conservatory).


Why is Rohani performing in Iran?

by mahmoudg on

Does he live there, or has he been going back from LA and getting paid by the regime to perform?  I need to do some research on that.  If true, then he is yet another turncoat selling to the petrodollar of the Iranian Rapist Islamic regime.



by Roozbeh_Gilani on

What our people back home  can do and achieve despite all the restrictions by the fascist Islamist regime. Just imagine where our country would be without this fascist entity.... 

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."


In some people's face...

by پندارنیک on

...In their ears too...


Looking at the size of one

by Bunyip on

Looking at the size of one of the clarinet players, I guess they either make a decent living or they have a second job, eg teaching!



by Homayun on

This was a great performance. If the title was not saying "Tehran Vahdat Hall" I could not tell this was performed in IRan..WOnderful.

I wonder if other "Islamic" countries do have a similar preffesional classical music orchestra (conservatory). My guess is, if they do, it could be in countries like Egypt,Indonesia, Turkministan (due to the Russian influence) and Turkey. Not sure about the rest.   

 Anyway, I enjoyed it.

PS: do these musicians make enough money in Iran to make a decent living?? Just wondering...The majority of Iranians would prefer baba-karam and "dambooli dimbool" music!!