The Iranian radio-singer turned international star is appearing at The Palais on July 16.
Growing up in Najafabad, a city in Isfahan Province of Iran, Moein has reached international acclaim for his blend of Iranian pop music with Persian traditional music. Celebrated by people from all walks of life for his powerful voice that transcends the boundaries of jazz, trance, pop, or traditional, he’s known by Iranians as the voice of love.
What you need to know
- Beloved Iranian singer Moein is coming to Melbourne
- Blending Iranian pop music with Persian traditional music, he’s referred to as Javdan Sedaye Eshgh which translates to ‘The Eternal Voice of Love’
- He’ll be performing at The Palais on July 16
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Moein began his artistic career as a radio singer and has since released 26 albums and 32 singles. Throughout his career, Moein has continued to produce hit after hit. Beloved classics such as Kabeh, Havas, Esfahan, Miparastam, Safar, Sobhet Bekheir, Bibigol, Lahzeha and Paricheh have been enjoyed by Iranians everywhere. Yeki Ra Doost Midaram, produced in 1982, was his first album to be widely noticed in Iran.
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That being said, in recent years, Moein’s popularity has surged worldwide. So much so that he has had sold out concerts in esteemed arenas including: Universal Amphitheatre, Dolby Theatre, Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Roy Thomson Hall & Sony Center in Toronto, Royal Albert Hall & Adelphi Theatre in London, Dubai Opera House in Dubai, Arena Oberhausen in Germany, Het Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and other world renown venues.
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