PARVA: Live in Concert at the Kay Meek Centre West Vancouver

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Kay Meek Centre

Tickets: Zone B $65, Zone C $55, Zone D $45

Mrs. Parva was born in 1947 in Tehran Iran. She started singing from 1968 from Youth Palace and at a young age, she started singing professionally. In 1971, she commenced her work for TV, but she was permanently working for radio and television in Iran as a professional singer and artist by 1975.

She sang the classic songs from The Old Singers, shortly after she started working with famous songwriters and musicians such as: Anoushiravan Rohani, Bozorg Lashkari, Hossein Samadi, Hossien Manzory, Abdolah Alfat, Karim Fakor, Mohammad Ali Bahmani, and Mehrdokht Mokhbr.

Parva continued singing and became very famous until Islamic Revolution in 1979. Her last work was Moseme Gol when Parva redo the old song. The songwriter was Navab Safa and the conductor was Mojtaba Mirzadeh.

After the Revolution, she decided to learn traditional Persian music. Parva started her classes with professionals such as Hossein Omimi, Manocher Homayounpoor, Hossein Seifizadeh, Mrs Parrisa, Hengameh Akhavan and Masomeh Mehrali.

After 23 years in silence, Mrs Parva started her new journey with new songs and music, with the songs she started singing with Amir Jahed and Aref Gazvini, and Pejman Bakhtyari.

Later on, she had many concerts in Europe and United States. Today, Parva has made many CDs and music videos. She has also worked with artists such as Mohammad Shams. Mojtaba Mirzadeh, Hassan Nahid, Jalil Andlebi, Fazollah Tavakkol, Shahram Fasazadeh, and Hoshang Farahani.

Parva has became well known again after 23 years silence. Many professionals and artists such as Ali Tajvidi and Jalil Shahnaz recognize her work and talent, saying that Parva has a golden voice.

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