A very talented and upbeat young man, Sepehrdad Is a violinist in the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra. He’s taught students from beginner to advance for more than 10 years, guided students participating in inter-school musical shows, competitions and different musical presentations-Fests and orchestras. He began playing the violin at the age of 9 with sight singing and ear training at age of five.. He started his musical journey by studying violin under Iranian and Russian instructors. He also plays traditional Iranian music on the Violin, and Kamancheh. He earned his Bachelor’s degree at the the University of Art & Music in Iran in Classical Violin Performance.
Throughout his professional career, he has collaborated with numerous prestigious ensembles such as Iranian National Orchestra. He has composed for a wide range of dance performances, from Western modern dance to Eastern folkloric traditions. Sepehrdad has participated in several concerts including Kennedy Center, radio, TV shows, and festivals.
Sepehrdad strives to teach his students at the level that was present in his education. He finds this works best due to the rigor of course, because students become devoted to the fundamentals of music. While it is a path that is extremely difficult, it makes students appreciate the music they are playing at a deeper level of understanding. He believes that any student with the proper foundation can become great with their instrument of choice, and he aims to make violin students great with their selection.