Persian singing and a combination of poetry and music
Born in 1975 in Behshahr
As a child, Mohammad Reza Saeb was influenced by his father’s pleasant voice, which sings beautifully in the style of Golpayegani, and became interested in traditional Iranian music. Dr. Saeb also spent his childhood under the influence of the pleasant songs of Master Gholam Hossein Banan and tried to sing in the style of this great master. As a teenager, he became acquainted with Master Alimorad Khorami, one of the geniuses of poetry, literature and art in Behshahr, and learned various literary techniques and styles and the rules of prose from him and created works in the form of lyric and quatrain. When he came to Tehran to study polymer engineering at Amirkabir University of Technology, he was guided by a tasteful friend to learn the styles of traditional Iranian singing, and became interested in the in the Isfahan school method of singing. He learned the methods of the Isfahan school under the supervision of a professor, Mr. Ali Momnian. Dr. Saeb has live performances in the Shab Avaz program and live programs of radio and television in his artistic record. He is currently teaching Iranian singing styles, as well as the relationship between poetry and music.