Kaveh Sarvarian composes and plays various traditional-folk wind and percussion instruments. His specialty is the Persian Ney. With a Master of Art in Composition (M.A.) and eight years of experience as professor of music at the University of Art and other private institutes in Tehran, he has worked within various types of music including: Traditional Persian, Persian Folk, Fusion, Free Jazz, World, Classical and Contemporary.
Awards for his accomplishments include, best soundtrack for the document “The Hidden Tear” in the National Media Festival, Iran, 2006, and best composition for “Quartet in Dashti” in the Fadjr International Music Festival, Iran, 1998.
Albums produced in cooperation with Tehran Symphony Orchestra, Naima Jazz Band Rastak Group, Bayan Ensemble and Orchestra of New Music of Tehran are available on internet shopping sites such as Amazon, iTunes, CD baby. He has recorded four of his own albums, published Four books, and created two teaching methods during his career.
Performances have taken him to numerous countries including Japan, India, Malaysia, England, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. Currently residing in Madrid, Spain, Kaveh Sarvarian teaches traditional Persian music classes, rehearses, tests his own music ideas, performs and records with local Spanish musicians and groups.