TEHRAN (Iran News) – Iranian brothers Ali and Mohammad Saeidi won bronze medals at the Global Music Awards for their song “Youth”.
According to the reports, the traditional Iranian song duo of Ali and Mohammad Saeidi was given a bronze medal for their single “Youth” composed by Hamid Lali. Santur player Amir-Hossein Moallem also contributed to the piece.
Ali and Mohammad Saeidi both were born on October 30, 1981 in Isfahan and they are both students of maestros Mohammad Ali Kianinejadm Mohammad Taghi Saeidi and Fazlollah Shahzamani and they are twins singers in Iran.
These brothers have recently cooperated with maestro Ali Rahbari in the project named “Persian Nightingales” which had been ordered by Naxos International Company.
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