Alireza Ghorbani Mourns Sudden Death of Wife Mojgan: A Musical Tribute and Healing Journey
In a tragic turn of events, Alireza Ghorbani, the renowned Iranian traditional vocalist, is grappling with the profound grief of losing his beloved wife, Mejgan. This heartbreaking journey began with Mejgan’s challenging battle against illness, culminating in her untimely departure. Alireza shared a poignant statement expressing the overwhelming pain of the silent void left by her sudden absence.
Despite the accolades and successes in his musical career, the pain of losing Mejgan looms large. Alireza Ghorbani, born on January 31, 1972, in Tehran, Iran, initiated his musical journey by reciting the Quran, eventually immersing himself in the world of traditional Iranian music. Under the guidance of mentors like Khosro Soltani and Ali Tajvidi, Ghorbani’s musical prowess flourished.
Over the years, Alireza Ghorbani has graced numerous international festivals, collaborating with musicians worldwide. His role as the vocalist of Iran’s National Orchestra since 1999 has seen him leave an indelible mark on the global music scene. Notable among his accomplishments is the album “Enthusiasm,” the debut work of the National Iranian Orchestra, composed by Farhad Fakhreddini.
Ghorbani’s contribution extends beyond solo work, including collaborations with artists like Homayoun Shajarian on the album “Afsaneye-Chashmhayat” released on November 10, 2019. His recent project, “The Voices and Bridges,” is a multicultural collaboration exploring ancient cultures through acoustically recorded tracks in various languages.