Faranak Shahroozi

International Piano Star

Faranak's flawless performances have

been featured amongst superstars such as

Yo-Yo Ma, Lang Lang & David Garrett.

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Jason Jordan

"I see beautiful blue skies in Faranak's musical career."

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Preston Glass

"Faranak Shahroozi's compositions are reminiscent of legends like Nino Rota and Francis Lai."

Napa Valley Life

"Watching Faranak play is like witnessing beauty and music in motion."

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Gemstars

Faranak gives Plastic EP, Cathy CC Carlson and their audience an unforgettable live performance. They also talk about Faranak's journey the music industry so far, and future collaborations.
August 7, 2021
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The Entrepreneurs Show

Faranak joins an old friend on the Entrepreneurs Show to discuss the latest ongoings of her career.
August 7, 2021
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Radio Ghasedak

Faranak on her latest IGTV interview with Radio Ghasedak. In this Farsi interview, Faranak talks about her comeback to the music industry and her latest releases!
June 12, 2021
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Radio Mehr

Faranak goes on air with Radio Mehr for an exclusive Farsi Interview to talk about her latest single, "My Way"
June 2, 2021
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Live With Suzi

Faranak makes a third appearance on Live with Suzi to talk about her latest release, Faranak's rendition of Frank Sinatra's My Way.
March 12, 2021
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Art Talk 2

Faranak makes a second appearance on Art Talk, with actor Gay Storm, to promote her single Lovestruck.
June 4th, 2021
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Biography.

An incredible story,  

An inspiring journey

Faranak Shahroozi is an Iranian-American composer, performer and pianist known for her lyrical, romantic and captivating melodies. Faranak's passion for music started at the age of 5 when her parents hired a private tutor to teach her basic musical notes and theory. Following the revolution of 1979, her world as she knew it changed forever. Because of the Iran-Iraq War of 1980, Faranak and her parents packed their bags and left their hometown of Abadan and moved to the capital city of Tehran.

In 1984, she moved to the United States, where she pursued her passion for music and received her B.A. in Classical Music from San Jose State University. The dramatic changes in her life had a direct effect on her musical abilities and emotional connections, which led to a series of musical compositions and ultimately captured the attention of famed producer Preston Glass. By the late ‘90s, Faranak became the face of music in Napa Valley, where she lived and performed for many years.

With Glass's help, vision and collaboration with stars such as Lenny Williams from the soul/funk group Tower of Power, Syreeta Wright (Stevie Wonder's wife) and the endorsement of the legendary winemaker Robert Mondavi, Faranak's first album, titled "La Musica De La Vigna," was produced. Her song "Helplessly Falling" was featured in the "Down ‘n Dirty" film starring Gary Busey.

By the mid-2000s, Faranak began working with San Francisco R&B radio station KBLX. Her second album, entitled "Eternal Love," emerged as the result of a passionate romance when she met her partner,  Steve Lohr of  J.Lohr Vineyards & Wines. “Eternal Love” was produced by Adam Ivy and released in 2012. She has also performed for business and musical professionals like Jeff Shell/Stephen B. Burke, the [former] CEO of NBC; Johnson & Johnson; PETA; winemaker Robert Mondavi; saxophonist Boney James; and Tony! Toni! Toné!

Faranak is currently working with several music supervisors for sync licensing her songs on films and television. Her song "Remembering the 80's is featured in Johnathan Moch's up coming movie, Playing the Crease, released in theaters this summer.

Faranak's music is being distributed and featured on DSPs worldwide by Symphonic.

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