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start to build my own world by myself.
an outgoing person with a sensetive spirit;) who loves architecture, music, dance, talking, and visiting every single point on the earth and meeting new people. I am not a serious person, easy going and almost always smiling! :D or laughing! :D
I look up to the sky, with all those questions in mind, all I need is TO HEAR, THE VOICE OF MY HEART.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I went to Belgium and experienced being a couch surfer for the first time there and it was a very good and interesting experience. I met some of my friend in Stuttgart through CS events
music is an important part of my life, I like to play music, participating in music events, sharing music and etc. I like Classical style as well. I also like photography, fine art and fashion design. drinking a coffee and meeting new people is one of my interests as well.
Music, Movies, and Books
among novels I love gone with the wind, 100 years of loneliness, Mira, Ansichten eines Clowns lord of the rings & etc.among movies I love Lucia el Sexo, todo sobre mi madre, gone with the wind again! :D avatar, schindlers list,Requiem for a dream ...in music I am a Classical musician while I love pop music and Persian traditional music as well... I like scorpions, Jason MR-AZ, charles Aznavour, Piaf, Jacques Brel,...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Ethno Germany! A musical camp for 10 days which 50 lovely folk musicians from 18 countries participated in. We lived and played music from all our countries together, in an amazing historic castle in Germany
Teach, Learn, Share
I can share my knowledge in music specially some different folk tunes from different places in the world including Iran. I love to learn improvising in music and also improving my skills in playing. I love to share my favorite music and to hear others'.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In