Mahyar Shadorvan

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Mahyar Shadorvan
Background information
Native name
مهیار شادروان
Born (1971-05-05) May 5, 1971 (age 52)
Rasht, Iran
  • Persian traditional
  • Classical
  • Musician
  • Singer
  • Poet
Years active1998–present
  • Barbad Music
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Mahyar Shadorvan (Persian:مهیار شادروان,[1] born on 5 May 1971) is an Iranian traditional vocalist. He graduated in Persian literature and language. He began his musical education by learning Setar and learning Persian vocal order (Radif) by Mahmoud Karimi. Later, he got fascinated by compilations of poetry and music and the insight of Iranian music under the supervision of his first mentors: Mohsen Keramati, Hossein Omoumi, Fereydoon Moshiri, and Mohammad-Reza Shajarian.He also studied under the guidance of Manoochehr Homayunpoor, Bijan Taraghi, Ghadam-Ali Sarami, Ali-Asghar Halabi, and GholamHossein Marzabadi. He is considered as one of the most outstanding students of Mohsen Keramati.[2] His performance in the workshop on Persian vocal drew the admiration of great maestro Mohammad-Reza Shajarian. Since 1998, He has been teaching Persian vocal in various music academies in Iran.


He has performed in many national and international music events, and collaborated with several traditional and orchestral music ensembles such as Nafir, Fakhteh, Chang, Paliz, Teyfoor, Saarbang,[3] and Darvag. He has collaborated with several composers, such as Fazlollah Tavakol,[4] Jahanshah Boroumand, Murat Aydemir, Darvish Reza Monazami, and Peyman Soltani. Some of these programs have been published in Iran, Turkey and USA.


His published albums consists of:

  • "Gooshehaye Nahan-e Sobh" ("Occult Corners of the Dawn"), by Siroos Jamali [5] (2006)
  • "Eshgh-o Shab-o Sheydayi" ("Love & Night & Frenzy"), by Shahryar Faryusefi (2008)
  • "Trio", by Murat Aydemir [6] (2011)
  • "Khane am Abri ast" ("Misty Solitude") (2011)
  • "Masal" ("Fairytale"), by Murat Aydemir (2017)
  • "Khayam Khani" ("Khayam Recital"), by Peyman Soltani (2017)
  • "Sour-e Samani", (2017)

Mahyar Shadorvan in the media



  • "Mashgh Eshgh: a guide for Persian vocal learners on compilations of poetry and music", Tehran, Iran.


  1. "Persian Wikipedia page of Mayar Shadorvan" (in فارسی).
  2. "musiceiranian" (in فارسی).
  3. "Persian Wikipedia page of Fazlollah Tavakol" (in فارسی).
  4. "Honaronline news" (in فارسی).
  5. "Biography and professional webpage of Siroos Jamali".
  6. "Biography and professional webpage of Murat Aydemir".

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