Born in Mashhad, Iran is a music producer, vocalist, pianist, and educator. Parham moved to the United States in 2012 to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston where he graduated, Summa cum Laude, in Contemporary Writing and Production with a focus on Vocal Jazz Performance. A recipient of Berklee’s “Outstanding Achievement Award”, Parham has been actively performing as a vocalist and pianist at the music festivals and venues across the US. He has also been teaching private and group piano/voice/theory lessons for more than a decade and has a true passion for children and their education. Parham moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2017 and started collaborating with Pardis for Children, teaching music classes to different age groups, leading the choir and performing in Pardis for Children’s concerts and cultural events. Since 2020, Parham has become more involved in the administrative aspects of the organization and is now the assistant director at Pardis for Children.