Iranian female singers

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  1. Aylar Lie

    Aylar Lie


    Aylar Dianati Lie (Persian: آیلار لی‎; born 12 February 1984) is a Norwegian actress and model of Iranian descent and former pornographic actress. She is currently working in the music industry as a music video actress and singer, having featured in several of Swedish DJ Basshunter's music videos. She became famous after participating in the Norwegian "Big Brother". Due to a turbulent domestic situation she was taken away from her parents and grew up in foster care. She speaks Norwegian, Persian and English fluently.

  2. Googoosh



    Faegheh Atashin (Persian: Fāeqe Ātaŝin - فائقه آتشین‎, Azerbaijani: Faiqə Atəşin) born on 5 May 1950 in Tehran), also known by her stage name Googoosh (Persian: Guguš - گوگوش‎, Azerbaijani: Ququş), is an Iranian Azerbaijani singer and actress. She is known for her contributions to Iranian pop music, but also starred in a variety of movies from the 1950s to the 1970s. She achieved the pinnacle of her fame and success towards the end of the 1970s. Her overall impact and contributions to Middle Eastern and Central Asian pop-music earned her the title of the most iconic female pop-singer from those regions. She has recorded songs in Italian and in Spanish. Due to her great talents and overall endearment to her people, she is a symbol of national pride to the people from Iran.

  3. Nazanin Afshin-Jam

    Nazanin Afshin-Jam


    Nazanin Afshin-Jam (Persian: نازنین افشین‌جم, born April 11, 1979 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian-Canadian entertainer, public speaker and human rights activist. She is a former Miss World Canada. She is also president and co-founder of Stop Child Executions. She immigrated to Canada with her family in 1981. She is married to Peter MacKay, as of 2013, Canada's Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada.

  4. Hayedeh



    Hayedeh (Persian: هایده‎), also transcribed as Haideh or Haydeh, born Ma'soumeh Dadehbala (معصومه دده بالا, April 10, 1942 – January 20, 1990) was a popular singer of Persian classical and pop music with a contralto vocal range. She was active for more than two decades and is considered as one of most popular singers of 20th-century Persia.

  5. Leila Forouhar

    Leila Forouhar


    Leila Forouhar (Persian: لیلا فروهر‎, born 23 February 1959 in Isfahan, Iran) is a legendary Iranian pop singer. She was an actress before the Iranian Revolution also. She relocated to Paris after the Iranian Revolution and then to Los Angeles in 1988.

  6. Nooshafarin



    Fatima Abdi (Persian: ‎), better known by her stage name Nooshafarin (Persian: Nuŝāfarin Abdi‎, also spelled Nush Afarin), is an Iranian singer.

  7. Mahasti



    Eftekhar Dadehbala (Persian: افتخار دده بالا‎), known as Mahasti (Persian: مهستی‎, 16 November 1946 - 25 June 2007) was an Iranian singer and the younger sister of singer Hayedeh.

  8. Salomé Stévenin

    Salomé Stévenin


    Salome Mc (Persian: سالومه, born 1985), is a female Hip Hop rapper from Iran. She is known for being Iran's first female rapper, and today is one of very few. Even though the topics expressed in her lyrics are a mixture of politics, social issues and personal matters, she defines herself as "apolitical" and her poetry being about "whatever occupies her mind."

  9. Shakila



  10. Rita



    Rita Yahan-Farouz Kleinstein (Persian : ریتا جهان‌فروز ) ; (English: Jahanforuz; Hebrew: ריטה יהאן-פרוז‎;, Known simply as Rita, b. March 24, 1962) is an Iranian-born Israeli pop singer and actress, notable for being one of Israel's most famous female singers. After becoming a professional singer and performer in the 1980s, she has appeared in numerous concerts, many being packed with fans, including members of government.

  11. Giti Pashaei

    Giti Pashaei


    Giti Pashaei (Persian: گیتی پاشایی, Born June 13, 1940 in Tehran , Iran – Died May 7, 1995 in Tehran, Iran‎) was an Iranian singer and musician. Her name, Giti, means world in original Pahlavi.

  12. Shohreh Solati

    Shohreh Solati


    Shohreh Solati (Persian: شهره صولتی‎) (born Fatemeh Solati in Tehran, Iran) is a well-known and popular Iranian singer. She has vast artistic skills in singing and performing. Since the Islamic Revolution in Iran, she has continued her music career in exile and achieved acclaim for her contribution to Iranian music.

  13. Azam Ali

    Azam Ali


    Azam Ali (Persian: اعظم علی‎) is an Iranian American singer and musician. As of 2013, Ali has released seven full-length albums with the bands VAS and Niyaz, as well as four full-length solo albums.

  14. Maryam Heydarzadeh

    Maryam Heydarzadeh


    Maryam Heydarzadeh (Persian: مریم حیدرزاده‎; born November 20, 1977) is a contemporary Iranian poet, lyricist, and singer.

  15. Monir Vakili

    Monir Vakili


    Monir Vakili (December 19, 1923 in Tabriz, Iran – February 28, 1983 in Belgium) was an Iranian soprano.

  16. Parisa



    Fātemeh Vā'ezi (Persian: فاطمه واعظی‎) (born 15 March 1950 in Tonekabon, Iran), commonly known by her stage name Parīsā (Persian: پریسا‎), is a Persian classical vocalist and musician.

  17. Homeyra



  18. Darya Dadvar

    Darya Dadvar


    Darya Dadvar, (Persian: , born in Mashhad, Iran) is an accomplished Iranian soprano soloist and composer living in Paris, France.

  19. Marzieh (singer)

    Marzieh (singer)


    Ashraf o-Sadat Mortezaie (1924 – 13 October 2010), known professionally as Marzieh, was a Tehran-born singer of Persian traditional music.

  20. Maryam Akhondy

    Maryam Akhondy


    Maryam Akhondy (born 1957) is a classical trained singer from Tehran, Iran. She was student of Ostad Esmail Mehrtasch and Ostad Nassrollah Nassehpour, two masters of classical Iranian music. Because of the difficult situation for artists, especially female artists, in Iran after the Islamic Revolution of 1979, she moved to Europe and, since 1986, has lived in Cologne, Germany.

  21. Afsaneh Rasaei

    Afsaneh Rasaei


    Afsaneh Rasaei is a Persian vocalist who began training with Mahmoud Karimi in 1974. After Islamic Revolution it was forbidden for women to perform in public, so all the activities of women vocalists was limited to teaching. Now Iranian women are permitted to perform in concert with men, not solo. However she was one of the pioneers in Iran to sing thoroughly and singularly in the concerts, even though men were present. Rasaei has worked with Hossein Alizadeh in the Hamavayan Ensemble.

  22. Sima Mafiha

    Sima Mafiha


    Sima Mafiha (or her stage name Marjan) is an Iranian singer. She is a serious, self-styled singer in the field of Persian classical music.

  23. Sima Bina

    Sima Bina


    Simā Binā (Persian: سیما بینا‎) (born January 4, 1945 in Birjand, Iran) is notable Persian classical musician, an Iranian composer, researcher, painter and teacher, described by Radio WDR Germany as the „grand lady of iranian folk music“, a leading Iranian classical singer and songwriter. A lifetime of dedicated work on Persian folk music has made Master Sima Bina a legendary character in the history of Iranian music Since 1993 she has accepted invitations to perform her music worldwide in prestigious festivals and organized concerts Persian classical musician. She is currently living in Cologne, Germany and Tehran, Iran.

  24. Susan Rosowski

    Susan Rosowski


    Susan (or Sousan) (Persian: سوسن‎) (pronounced: Soo'san), born Golandam Taherkhani (Persian: گل‌اندام طاهرخانی‎) (April or May 1942 Qasr-e Shirin, Kermanshah, Iran - May 3, 2004 Los Angeles, California, U.S.), was a very popular Iranian singer of particularly in the 1960s and 1970s. Susan was also known for her philanthropic acts and was commonly referred to as a "social singer". She rose to fame overnight. Zavaa was her last album and her voice brings back memories of simpler and more innocent times.

  25. Monika Jalili

    Monika Jalili


    Monika Jalili (Persian: ) is a vocalist singing songs of Iran, mostly in Persian.

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