Born in Tehran, Iran, in 1985, Farhoud Biglarbeigi discovered his passion for music at a young age. At just 10 years old, he embarked on a musical journey, choosing the recorder as his professional instrument under the guidance of Trudi Zehndler Falamaki, a Swiss resident in Tehran. From the outset, Farhoud demonstrated remarkable talent and dedication to his craft.
Continuing his musical education, he further honed his skills in music principles and recorder playing under the direction of Reza Askarzadeh, enriching his understanding of the instrument and its expressive possibilities.
Farhoud’s pursuit of excellence led him to seek inspiration from the best in the field, participating in masterclasses led by renowned recorder players such as Michael Schneider, Maurice Steger, Jeremias Schwarzer, and Michael Posch. These immersive experiences nurtured his artistic sensibility and expanded his repertoire.
Since 2002, Farhoud has graced numerous stages with his exceptional recorder performances, showcasing his expertise in Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Music. His renditions exude a captivating blend of artistry and technical finesse, leaving audiences enthralled by his soulful interpretations.
Inspired to share his love for the recorder and the beauty of music with others, Farhoud embarked on a career as a recorder teacher in 2011. As an educator, he imparts his profound knowledge and passion for the instrument to aspiring musicians, nurturing their talents and inspiring their artistic growth.
With a deep-rooted commitment to music and a lifelong dedication to the recorder, Farhoud Biglarbeigi continues to make a profound impact on the world of music. His artistry, coupled with his enthusiasm for education, serves as an inspiring example for both students and fellow musicians alike. Through his performances and teaching, Farhoud leaves an indelible mark on the rich tapestry of the recorder’s history, ensuring that the instrument’s enchanting melodies continue to resonate with audiences for generations to come.