Composer, Santoor player, Improviser
Atefeh Einali is facilitating a workshop called "Music and colors".
Music and colors is a session to expressing your feelings by drawing and painting while you are walking through the music world.
Atefeh Einali's piece "Fear" has been published in UCLA music library.
This music score was submitted for the Kaleidoscope 2020 Call for Scores, an open access collaboration with the UCLA Music Library in USA. To get an online score access click Read More.
December 10, 2019
During 2019-2020, contemporary classical music ensemble, Psappha, will be running a 'Composing for...' scheme to support and develop 24 emerging composers who are interested in learning more about writing for the instruments included in this year’s programme.
The aim of the project is to give the selected composers direct contact with four highly experienced musicians: freebass accordion player Miloš Milivojević; sitar player Jasdeep Singh Degun; Psappha’s pianist Ben Powell; and Psappha’s cellist Jennifer Langridge.
Atefeh Einali has been commissioned by Psappha to write for solo Sitar. The piece will be filmed on July 2020, and released in Psappha YouTube Premiere channel. To watch and listen to the piece click Read More.
Atefeh Einali Joins New Music Collaboration
June , 2020
Atefeh Einali has recently been joined ARC project to write a new piece for voice and Santoor and play Santoor in a solo piece. The pieces will be released in ARC youtube channel.
The Arc Project was founded with the purpose of encouraging the creation of new music through cooperative projects.
These projects include collaborations between composers and performers, new work commissions for composers involving a set ensemble, or community events.
For watching and listening the piece click Read More.
Atefeh Einali has been facilitating workshops
November , 2019
Atefeh Einali has been teaching composition and improvisation as a creative group sessions in Sahba Music Academy in Manchester since November. These workshops are for all people who can play an instrument and no matter which instruments they play. Students can contribute to group rehearsals and achieve the broader aims of instrumental music. The benefits of group improvisation have been proven in both children and adults to improve rhythm skills and promote communication, social intelligence and active listening.