I`m sheida gharache daghi, born in 1320 in Iran.
Of course, a mistake in writing my birth certificate has made my family name so hot. From these common mistakes of registration in Iran.
since childhood. My family was keen on music, especially classical music. My two aunts at the Istanbul Conservatory studied music and played piano at the Istanbul Symphony Orchestra. Therefore, my family's encounter with art and music was different from that of most Iranian families and traditional Iranian societies, because their father's family was a Turkish and original Turkish (Istanbul's oldest Islam).
In fact, my family was also my encouragement in learning music. I started learning ranziz tutors who trained privately. Most of these coaches were non-Iranians, mostly Russians or Armenians. I also learned from the Russian and Armenian trainers the first steps in music and ballet. One of my coaches was Madame Carnley, who taught ballet dancing.
I studied elementary school at the school in Jandark where music and dance education was prevalent. A large number of foreign junior teachers were mostly French. After completing my primary and secondary education in Iran, in 1959 I decided to study music for high school.
At that time Vienna, the capital of Austria, was the best place to learn and study music in Europe and perhaps even the entire world. Vienna is still one of the major centers for learning music, ballet and operas. That's why I went to Vienna. The time I spent my time studying and completing My Music in Vienna was very busy. Because of this learning, I continued to make music because I wanted to follow it professionally. In my opinion, pure art music. The most abstract art. Music is the art of imagination. In this regard, it is the purest of the arts and the power to express extensively to the extent of human imagination. What can not be done with literature or with theater or even poetry. To use the word in these arts. The art of art refines human existence. By listening to what both the musician and the listener, music makes the human soul stylize. Other arts can approach some degree of abstraction and immortality, but none of them are pure music. In terms of the social effects of art, one can speak of many effects, but as much as more people engage in music and are close to it, that society becomes more humane.
In 1969 (1347-1348), when I returned to Tehran, until 1979 (1357-1358) I was in Iran, I composed a narrative and documentary soundtrack for nearly 40 short films.
In the field of cinema for "Barracks" and "The Crows" by Bahram Beyzaee and "Wind Chess" by Mohammad Reza Aslani and "Doiyeh Jan Napoleon" by Nasser Mohammadi and "Rogues" by Mohammad Motoselani and also "Khalkhaneh" series for children. I created for some of the videos of the intellectual development center for children and teens. In the same decade I was in Iran, I made music for the cinematic productions of the Ministry of Culture and the Arts, which were mostly documentaries.
The most important part of my activity has been in the intellectual development center for children and adolescents. In fact, I began to focus on teaching music in the center. I taught a lot of musical instructors to the special method of teaching music "Orf", and they were doing music work for children and teens based on the Orf method in libraries. All the necessary equipment was provided by the coaches. When I left Iran in 1978, I was teaching fifty one music library. This was my major responsibility at the center.
After the revolution, when it was announced that music was haram, I had to leave Iran. I first went to Germany and lived in Freiburg. During this time, I was privately teaching music. I came to Montreal, Canada in 1986.
One of my most important career during my stay in Canada was 1989, making music for the fairy tale "Fairy," based on the song of Ahmed Shamloo. That Mitra's cultural band brought the ballet to Toronto. In recent years, I've been running many programs, including dialogues. The fifth program from my vocational program, entitled "Dialogue 5," was actually the implementation of nine pieces of the works.