Pegah Einakchi began her journey in learning music, specifically vocals and solfeggio, under the guidance of the late Mohammad Nouri and Alireza Shafaghinejad from 2003 to 2008. She continued her studies in solfeggio with Mohammad Haghighi and Siavash Roshan from 2010 to 2017. Later on, she delved into classical singing with Hasmik Karapetian from 2011 to 2018, and with Mona Manouchehri from 2017 to 2020.
Throughout her musical journey, Pegah has honed her skills through masterclasses in singing with Pierre-Yves Binard, Jasmin Martorell, Joachim Moser, Evelyn Shorkhuber, and Carolyn James at the Music University of Hamburg. She also pursued pedagogy courses in singing with Hasmik Karapetian in 2017 and with Mohammad Salman in 2021.
Pegah has showcased her vocal talents as a chorus singer and soloist in various cultural events, including the Österreichisches Kulturforum Teheran (ÖKFT), Avaye Mahan, Tehran Vocal Ensemble (Vocapella) and Diane Vocal Ensemble. She has participated in international festivals in Turkey, Spain, Russia, Dubai, and Kuwait with the mentioned groups.
Her involvement in musical theater includes being a member of the musical group in the plays “Derakhshesh dar Sa’at-e Mogharar”, “Faust” and “Socrates” where she contributed as a singer and actor. Additionally, Pegah has taken part as a chorus singer in musical theater productions like “The Sound of Music” and “Les Miserables”.
Her passion for music extended to teaching, where she pursued workshops on music for children at the Adamak Institute and completed a one-year training course on Orff-Schulwerk. Pegah has been teaching music with an Orff-Schulwerk approach since April 2022. Moreover, she has been teaching vocal and voice production since 2017.