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Farzia Fallah was born on 1980 in Tehran, Iran, is a composer. Discover Farzia Fallah's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
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Farzia Fallah Net Worth
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In 2017, she wrote tänzerisch an der Kante, which was written for Ensemble Musikfabrik and her 2015 work for solo alto flute, Posht-e Hichestan, has been performed by the ensemble's flautist, Helen Bledsoe.
In 2017, her work was performed at the launch concert of the Iranian Female Composers Association, founded by Niloufar Nourbakhsh. In the same year, she was also commissioned to write a work for accordion and shawm, for Duo Mixtura (Katharina Bäuml and Margit Kern), which received its premiere at the Acht Brücken Festival.
Her 2016 work, in sechs Richtungen for accordion and tape, features the tanbur playing of Mehdi Jalali. The piece is based on a poem by Mawlana Rumi, in which he searches for his home "in six directions", and not only from a certain place. The tambur is abstracted on the tape part, and attempts a unity of the two instruments despite the different means of sound production. The piece was written for Margit Kern, but has also been performed by Eva Zöllner.
From 2007-2014 Fallah studied composition at the University of the Arts Bremen, first with Younghi Pagh-Paan and later with Jörg Birkenkötter. She also studied electroacoustic composition with Kilian Schwoon and Joachim Heinz. From 2014-2016 she studied at the University of Music and Dance Cologne, taking composition lessons with Johannes Schöllhorn.
Fallah studied Electronics and Signal Processing at the Sharif University of Technology from 1998-2003, while simultaneously studying with Alireza Mashayekhi and Farimah Ghavamsadri.
Farzia Fallah (born 1980 in Tehran) is a composer. Since 2003 she has been living in Germany, and is currently based in Cologne.