Arya Saber

Was born in Iran. At the age of eight, he began taking violin and music theory lessons with Maestro Iraj Kaavandi. During this period, he began practicing repertoire from the Tehran Conservatory of Music. At the age of twelve, he practiced Abolhasan Saba’s Radif studies – a focus on the Iranian modal system written for violin by Maestro Saba. After a few years, Arya continued his studies in Iranian violin techniques (based on  Parviz Yahaghy and Habibollah Badie repertoires) with Maestro Mehran Mohtady. It was at the age of sixteen, when he met Maestro Siavash Zahiroddini, who steered him towards Western classical music. As a result of Arya’s hard work in Western classical violin, he became the youngest member of Tehran’s National T.V Symphony Orchestra at the age of seventeenth. He remained in the orchestra under conductor Dr. Mortezapour and concert master Homayoun Rahimian until he immigrated to Canada.  

Currently, Arya is working towards completing his Ph.D. degree in Music Composition in Toronto, Canada. 

In the near future, Arya looks forward to having his own concert tours and sharing his music with people all over the world - a dream that he's had since childhood.

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