Duo of Iranian singers honored at Global Music Awards

The Saeedi Brothers, a duo of Iranian singers, won the bronze medal at the Iranian section of the top tier music competition, Global Music Awards, for their piece of art titled "Youth" which was composed by Hamid Lali. Amir Hossein Moallem played the santoor in this piece of music.

Iran (IMNA) -Iranian singing duo, the Saeedi twins, have recently collaborated with the Iranian maestro, Ali Rahbari, in the "Persian Nightingales" musical project which has been supported by the Naxos International.

Founded in 2011 by Thomas Eugene Baker, "Global Music Awards" is a widely recognized international competition through which talented and independent musicians around the world are honored.

Ali Saeidi and Mohammad Saeidi were born on October 30, 1981 in the city of Isfahan. They started their singing career in religious assemblies like passion plays. During their teenage years, they were trained in singing by Fazlullah Shahzamani, an Iranian master singer, then got the opportunity to sing in the Delnawazan musical band in various concerts held in Isfahan and Tehran under the supervision of Amir Eslami. Saeidi brothers sang over the closing credits of the movie "The rug ( LIT. Ghaliche)" directed by Amrollah Ahmadjoo.

Mohammad Ali Kiani Nejad and Mohammad Taghi Saeidi were other singing teachers of the two brothers.

Duo of Iranian singers honored at Global Music Awards

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