ArchiveHailing from Tehran, the capital of Iran, Parjam Parsi is a musician and composer with a background in classical music and traditional performance disciplines. Taking up the piano in his formative years, he began his sonic journey that would see him immerse himself in the styles of classical music of both previous generations as well as modern day composers.
Now an accomplished composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, he’s earned a reputation for his carefully crafted artistic writing and assured performances captured in perfect recordings. In 2006 he introduced his studio music sound to the world with the release of his debut piano works Go Easy On Me, followed by the eight-track album In Decadence and Disarray.
2009 saw Parjam Parsi take inspiration from renowned French composer André Boucourechliev to craft Invisible Individuals and with that record, defined his own distinctive sound. Going on to share multiple stunning works since then, he shares with us his sophomore album titled Immeasurable Distance.
Originally recorded in 2009, Immeasurable Distance features eleven piano-based compositions that serve to showcase Parjam Parsi’s dazzling songwriting talents, delivered via his deft playing of his favoured instrument. Offering a mesmerising sonic journey through minimalist arrangements, as his fingers gracefully glide over the keys he paints inspiring musical imagery of breathtaking beauty.
Opened by the piece “Somewhere”, the record flows through a serene display of modern classical music to the closing songs of “So far” and “So close” to deliver a truly magnificent work that’s as elegant as it is engaging. Holding status as a gem in the timeless catalogue of Parjam Parsi’s musical output, Immeasurable Distance intricately hosts moving feelings and encourages pensive reflection from a celebrated artist who continues to share captivating music.