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Born in Tehran, Iran

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Navid Gohari was born and raised in Tehran, Iran. He started his music education at the age of five at the prestigious Music School of State Television and Radio and soon after picked up violin as his primary instrument. During his high school years he composed music for a few short films. Interestingly enough, he then developed an interest for film make-up and started working on short films as the make-up artist. However, after trying out that field on a couple of projects, he switched back to music and focused on composing music for movies and theatrical plays. He graduated from Tehran Conservatory of Music with an emphasis in Composition and also completed master classes on Orchestration & Conducting. Presently, he is a music educator, conductor, and composer in Tehran. He is also the founder, manager, and conductor of the Nilper Symphonic Orchestra and the owner of Nilper Recording Studio and Nilper Research Group. He has composed and performed music for numerous theatrical plays and movies in Iran and internationally such as "The Time" (2009) for Iranian director Sanaz Khorsandi, "The Salvator" (2010) short animation for German director Koen Gabriels, and $lowdown (2011) for American director Saman Yaghmai-Aledavoud.

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Trivia (2)

Has been close friends with writer/director, Saman Yaghmai-Aledavoud, since first grade. They have worked on several short films together; Navid played the lead in "Allow the Wind to Take You Wherever It Wants (2003)" and composed music for "The Old Car (2010)" and "$lowdown (2011)".
Tehran, Iran: Living and working. [July 2011]

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