Alireza Ghorbani is a great artist deeply rooted in the tradition but also of an insatiable curiosity and a large open-mindedness with respect to the other cultures.
The handsomely chiseled features of Ali Reza Ghorbani have become part of the new generation of Iranian singers of classical Persian music. Born in the midst of the turbulence of 1970s and 80s Iran, Ghorbani has laid claims to being a worthy successor of the man regarded as the undisputed master of Persian classical song, Mohammed Reza Shajarian.
He has released 19 albums in Iran and Europe until now. Also he participated in several international projects, some multi-cultural (Iran, France, India, Mali) projects in Europe like: Le Rhythm De La Parole, SOUFFLES DU MONDE (released in Europe) and some other projects such as cooperation with Dorsaf Hamdani Tunisian singer, concert with the Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra, Concert with Kamel Orchestra Vienna, performance at the Cologne Philharmonic, and concert with the Vancouver Opera Orchestra.
Ghorbani has had a great deal of cooperation with cinema and television artists, and has sang some of the famous pieces in Iran’s serials. The most important of these are the “Sheb-e Dahom”,” “Madar-e Sefr Darajeh”, “Kimia” and “Aghigh”.
He is invited to several numbers of international music festivals every year and is recognized as the most active traditional singer outside of Iran. He has performed at major venues such as Cadogan Hall and Barbican in London, the Philharmonic Hall of Cologne, the Vienna Concert house, the Theater du Louvles and the Alhambra in Paris, the Tonhalle in Duesseldorf and the Opera House in Vancouver. Theatre De La Ville in Paris, Rose Hall in Los Angeles, Gulbenkian Hall in Lisbon, Odeon Concert Hall in Vienna, Bozar concert Hall in Brussel, Womex 2017 in Poland, Uppsala Concert Hall in Sweden and etc.