was born in 1315 (1936 AD) in Kashan, Iran.
At the age of five, he became acquainted with the Persian flute Nay, and at the age of seven he started playing the violin, until he was eleven years old and became familiar with most Iranian tunes through radio. He then entered Teheran Conservatory to learn European music. While studying he attended Maestro Abolhassan Saba’s course of five years on the national music of Iran.
Parisa Badiyi was born in Tehran.
Although she began playing the piano in her early childhood, she entered the Music Conservatory of Tehran, where she studied European classical violin performance.
In 1979, Parisa and her family moved to the Netherlands where she was able to continue her education and graduate from the Music Conservatory of the Northern Netherlands.
She won a youth violin competition and participated as first violinist in different symphony orchestras during her studies.