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Classical Composer
Music Producer
Film Composer

Arashk Azizi is a classical composer, music producer, pianist, and author from Iran living in Tallinn, Estonia.
the style of his music can be categorized as epic symphonic pieces. even his piano pieces mostly sound like big symphonic music. of course, he also has a lot of calming piano pieces too.

Arashk Azizi

Arashk is an experienced conductor and had the chance to play some African instruments like Kora and Balafon. his vision of the orchestra had an obvious effect on his compositions, even the solo piano music is under the influence of this fact.

There is a difference between Azizi's piano works and orchestral works. the piano compositions are more emotional and closer to Nocturnes, on the other hand, the orchestral compositions are more into storytelling and are closer to program music from the late romantic era.

Piano Poem is a form developed by Arashk Azizi that is something between a nocturne and an Impromptu.

The narrative quality in Arashk’s compositions and his background in studying cinema make his music suitable to be used as a soundtrack. he also has composed several soundtracks for feature films, short films, series, and TV shows.

Arashk Azizi


Arashk Azizi's complete set of music

Arashk is an active classical composer and producer who has released several albums and single tracks so far. his ambition for music has helped him walk on the path of success as a composer, producer, and performer.

"Esfandiyar" is a program symphony based on the epic of "Seven Labors of Esfandiyar" from the book of "Shahnameh" by the Persian poet Ferdowsi in the 10th century CE. The orchestration and rhythms of "Esfandiyar" can remind the audience of epic Hollywood soundtracks, although harmonically, this symphony can be called a contemporary classical piece.

Piano Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 8 "Rooftops"

A contemporary classical piano sonata by Arashk Azizi in four movements. this piece shows the immense talent of the composer in using modern and irregular rhythms in an utterly classical atmosphere.


Classical Piano

Tranquil is Arashk Azizi's fourth single track produced and released by Tunitemusic. this piano poem is a calming performance with smooth modulations in different keys.


Classical Piano

Cascade is a haunting yet calming piano poem, going through sounds with an ambitious drive. this piece has been produced and published by Tunitemusic in 2021.

Variations on a Persian Theme, Op. 5 "Navaei"

"Navaei" is Arashk Azizi's transcription of an Iranian folk song with the same name. this classically arranged piece was produced and published by Tunitemusic in 2021. the cover album has been designed based on the carpets of the same region as the song by Zohre Daneshfazli.

Piano Poem in G minor, Op.4 "Still Moment"

"Still Moment" is Arashk Azizi's first piano poem and the first release by Tunitemusic. this piece was released in 2020 is a thirteen minutes long piano solo, creating a unique atmosphere driven by an untold story.

Piano Adagios

Classical Piano

Arashk Azizi's fourth album is a set of ten famous piano pieces by well-known classical composers of different eras. Arashk performed all of these pieces based on his experience as a classical composer and tried to create a different transcription on these pieces. this album has been published in 2020.

Ten Nocturnes for Piano, Op. 3 "Insomnia"

Classical Piano

Insomnia is a set of Arashk Azizi's own classical compositions on solo piano. this album consists of ten nocturnes mainly in a calm mood, but some of the pieces can surprise you. Insomnia has been published in 2019.

Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 2 "The Day Silence Began"

Classical Piano

"The Day SIlence Began" is Arashk's first piano sonata in six movements. this stirring sonata has been published in 2018 by Yaletown Technologies Inc.

Symphony No. 1 in C-sharp minor, Op. 1 "In the Eternal Day"

Classical Symphony

Arashk Azizi's first release is a classical symphony in five movements. this program symphony is based on the book "the conference of the birds" by "Attar of Nishapur" (13th-century Persian poet).

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