Faranak Shahroozi

Faranak Shahroozi


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Faranak Shahroozi is an Iranian-American composer and pianist known for her lyrical, romantic and captivating melodies reminiscent of composers like Francis Lai (love Story) and Nino Rota (God Father). 
 In 1984, Faranak 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. 
 Faranak started collaborating with Lenny Williams, Syreeta Wright (Stevie Wonder's wife) and received the endorsement from the legendary winemaker Robert Mondavi. Faranak's first album, titled "La Musica De La Vigna," was produced by soul music hall of fame inductee, Preston Glass. Her song "Helplessly Falling" was featured in the "Down ‘n Dirty" film starring Gary Busey. By the late 90’s Faranak became the face of music in Napa Valley where she lived and performed for many years. 
 Faranak’s second album, titled “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! 
 Her song "Remembering the 80's is featured in Johnathan Moch's up coming movie, Playing the Crease coming to theaters soon. 
 A&R and head of business development for Symphonic Distribution, Jason Jordan, predicts clear blue skies in Faranak’s music career!