The musical trio known as The Limited Sense, led by the accomplished composer and musician Parjam Parsi, alongside his childhood friends, brothers Jonathan Gasparian on drums and Nathan Gasparian on bass, emerges from the vibrant city of Tehran Iran. At the heart of this ensemble is Parjam Parsi, a celebrated artist with a rich background in classical music that has greatly influenced his distinctive cinematic compositions. His musical journey began at a young age with piano playing and as he evolved, he started crafting his own original pieces and expanding his instrumental repertoire.
Parjam Parsi’s foray into the world of music marked its initial footsteps in 2006 with his debut collection of piano works, Go Easy On Me. This was just the beginning of a remarkable career, as he continued to release several albums, each receiving widespread acclaim. Notably, his 2009 release Invisible Individuals drew inspiration from the renowned French composer André Boucourechliev, showcasing Parsi’s prowess in embracing various musical influences.
In the midst of his musical journey, Parjam Parsi, alongside Jonathan and Nathan, embarked on a unique venture named The Limited Sense. This project bore fruit in the form of a self-titled album, The Limited Sense, which was recorded and produced in Parsi’s parents’ house in Salzburg. Following the album’s creation, the trio hit the stage, performing over 100 small gigs across Eastern Europe and the Balkan region, sharing their distinctive sonic vision with eager audiences.