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Tears of Sky

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Masoud Eskandar Piano Studio, 6019 Mapleshade Lane, Dallas

Painter Laleh Nozari, and Pianist Masoud Eskandar will be performing together in a rare showcase. Complimentary cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at 3:30 PM. The Concert itself will start at 4:00 PM. The theme of this event will be centered around the music of "The Tears of Sky" or "Mara Beboos," the Iranian masterpiece. Masoud Eskandar will be improvising while also building around this famous theme. Meanwhile, Laleh Nozari will be creating another one of her masterpieces. We hope to see you there!

East West Piano Quartet

Masoud Eskandar Piano Studio, 6019 Mapleshade Lane, Dallas

An exciting evening of music with original compositions and arrangements of Masoud Eskandar performed by the finest musicians in Dallas. Seats are very limited and no walk ins permitted. Ticket prices for each person is $15. Doors open at 7:00, program starts at 7:30 and ends at 9:00.

Updated Website! 

I'm excited to introduce my updated website. Also, I would like to invite you to listen to my new compositions. These are collaborations of piano, bass, violin, and tombak. Additionally, I have published a new book for piano, which is also available on this website. This book is composed for young pianists at a late elementary level. If you notice, at the bottom of this post will be the front cover of this new book. Soon, I will be publishing more books for advanced level pianists. Feel free to explore and give me your feedback!


My newest book for young pianists!


The Way I See It ...
  There are no boundaries when it comes to music. My vision is to introduce more piano into Persian music. My compositions and arrangements are globally influenced—they are not limited by region. I appreciate exploring the universality of music without words—which often has the capacity to allow the composer to share his ideas with more people. I much enjoy rearranging other artists’ music, which allows me to interpret a piece—its architecture—from another side of the spectrum. 
I have published several books of my own compositions and traditional Iranian pieces that I have rearranged for piano.  You may listen to the sample that are provided in this site.