Empathy and colleague

Orchestral Executive Team

Peace is an out loud cry that unconditionally chants love…

I am glad that by founding the Special orchestra of Iran, I had the privilege of experiencing the joy of coexisting with this band’s lovely artists, and learning kindness, honesty, light-heartedness and love from them.

the Special orchestra of Iran ‘s artists have gathered from all around Iran to make a better world by tuning their voices and instruments.

We hope, along with those who endeavor to make peace in the world, we could make a beautiful future for earth and human being.

Maryam Gilasian

Executive Team

Familiarity with the executive team, coaches and staff members

Mohammad Mehdi Alaei

Mohammad Mehdi Alaei

Orchestra Instructor

Mohammad Mehdi Alaei, born on August 31th 1981 and lives in Gorgan, he has been a music instructor at the Behkoush Rehabilitation and Vocational Training center of Gorgan since 2016, and before that, he had been teaching music to the center’s clients on a voluntary basis for some days of the week.
His field of study is post-graduate veterinary medicine, but his extensive experience in the field of music has led him to become better known as an artist in the field of music. He became acquainted with the world of music in 2000 and was able to specialize in playing instruments such as Setar and Oud under the supervision of capable professors. Also, in addition to taking a music theory course with Mr. Elhamian, he began learning instruments such as saxophone, Recorder, Flute and Clarinet due to his interest in wind instruments.
Mr. Alaei has performed in many concerts as a musician and now, in addition to training, he also participates in camps and performances as one of the main trainers in the Special Orchestra of Iran with the band’s leader.

Amin Hossein Khomar

Amin Hossein Khomar

music teacher

Amin Hossein Khomar, born in May 1983 and lives in Mashhad, is a music teacher in various fields such as Solfège, Piano, Guitar. As another co-coach at Hamdam Rehabilitation Charity institute, he is responsible for the vocal section of the Special Orchestra of Iran in Mashhad.
He is a bachelor‘s degree in music composition and music application at the computer from Daneshmand University, as well as an IT associate’s degree from Kharazmi Azad Higher Education Institute. His main instrument is Guitar and Daf and he is the leader of the "Nava Khomar" music group in Mashhad.
His background includes teaching at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Shamail Mashhad School of Cinema and Acting, Nawa Khomar Music School, Shahid Beheshti and Shahid Fayyaz Bakhsh Rehabilitation and Charity institutes, and making soundtracks for "Escape."

Milad Jafarnejad

Milad Jafarnejad

Piano teacher and composer

Milad Jafarnejad, born in 1987 in Gonbad Kavous, Piano and Composing teacher. He started playing music at the age of 7 and continued his education with a bachelor’s degree in music with the help of capable professors.
In 2002, he established a pop music group in Gonbad, and in 2011, he took over the leadership of the Gonbad Blind Band, and at the same time worked as an instructor in the Solfeggio department at the Gorgan’s Behkoush Rehabilitation Center. In 2016, he participated in the Haqiqat International Film Festival by composing the music for the selected film "We Are Two Women” and in 2017, he established the music school of the seventh note with the official permission of the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance in Gonbad.
Writing and publishing the book "Music of Selected Films for the Piano" and the establishment of the music group "Voice of Silence" in Gorgan in 2018 are among his other artistic activities and he is currently collaborating with the Special Orchestra of Iran as a singing instructor at Gonbad Kavous.

Mehrdad Sayare

Mehrdad Sayare

Pianist

Mr. Mehrdad Sayare, born on December 8th 1986 and a resident of Babolsar, holds a bachelor‘s degree in World Music from the Tehran Academy of Arts. He collaborates with the group as the teacher of Ermia, one of the band’s best pianists.
He started learning music in 1995, and learned how to play the Piano and completed the musical composition course under the expert supervision of prominent professors such as Ebrahim Gohari and Anoushirvan Rohani. He has composed many pieces such as "A Letter to God," "Like Paradise", the album "Description of Loneliness," and "My Autumn," and has numerous degree certificates in the field of digital composition and percussion.
The books "Digital Composition Theory" and "Principles of Piano Techniques" are among his forthcoming books.

Mahya Ramezani

Mahya Ramezani

Psychologist

Mahya Ramezani
Psychologist
Born in 1982 in Gorgan, Mahia Ramezani is a graduate in General Psychology, and has two years of experience as the internal manager of the Center for the Care of Poor and Homeless Children.
Additionally, she has also been working as a psychologist and internal manager at Behkoush Rehabilitation and Vocational Training Center for approximately 7 years. Since the establishment of the Special Orchestra of Iran, she has always provided support for the members as a psychologist and consultant.

Malihe Mahditabar

Malihe Mahditabar

Makeup Artist

Malihe Mahditabar: Makeup Artist Resident of Babolsar and mother to Ermia Mahditabar, one of the artists of the group She has five years of experience as a makeup artist, and as one of the main helpers and companions, she always helps the artists during the performance.

Pedram Marefat-Khah

Pedram Marefat-Khah

an instructor of Drums and Flute instruments

Mr. Pedram Marefat-Khah, born in 1991 in Rasht county, is an instructor of Drums and Flute instruments.
He began learning music from 2003, with the Drums, under the supervision of music masters such as Mehdi Shahroukhi, Hooman Qafari and Nima Navapoor. He began learning the Flute in 2004 under the supervision of master Farshid-Doost; and then, by joining Tehran’s flute choir, he benefited from masters Saed Taqadosi and Firouse Navayi.
His other activities are included: Collaboration with Gilan’s Philarmonic Orchestra, collaboration with Maa orchestra, collaboration with Tehran’s flute choir, playing in the Vitrai album which is a selection of Tehran’s choir songs. The result of his actions is the formation of the second professional Flute ensemble in Iran (after Tehran’s Flute choir) called “Gilans’s Flute Ensemble”.
As the Flute ensemble started, he began leading by taking master Taqadosi’s classes. He leads Gilan’s Flute ensemble and Rasht’s orchestra of adolescents.