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A Rising Star: Darya Rouhi – The Young Virtuoso of the Violin

In the world of music, where talent knows no age, a remarkable story unfolds – that of Darya Rouhi, a 9-year-old Iranian prodigy whose mastery of the violin is nothing short of extraordinary.

Darya, born on December 4, 2014, in a modest family in the southern part of Tehran, embarked on her musical journey at the tender age of four. Encouraged by her parents, she began her education with bells and flute under the tutelage of Master Ahmad Asadi in the city of Ray. Surpassing her peers, Darya swiftly completed the Arf course, signaling the need to choose a specialized instrument.

Contrary to initial expectations of her becoming a pianist, Darya’s heart was captivated by the mesmerizing melodies of the violin. Witnessing a violinist’s performance during her early days with the bells, she pleaded with her parents to acquire a violin, setting the stage for a remarkable musical journey.

The financial constraints that once hindered dreams of a piano were now overshadowed by the prospect of a more affordable beginner’s violin. At the age of five, Darya commenced her violin education at a music school in Tehran, guided by Professor Alireza Mehrabi.

Her progress was nothing short of phenomenal. Within months, she mastered elementary lessons and, after two years, performed complex pieces like the Wolfard and Kaiser Suzuki violins, alongside renowned classical compositions. Joining the Ghaffari Music Academy under the mentorship of Mr. Burhan Hemmati and Professor Amin Ghaffari, Darya further honed her skills.

Darya’s music not only graced the stage of student performances for Vivaldi and Game of Thrones but also drew the attention of many professors. His unique style and solo performances became a hallmark of his presence.

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