Pari Mah was born in 1980 in Esfahan, Iran. Growing up in an artistic family, she quickly embraces the musical aura of the household and became fond of music. Her parents used to hum music pieces into her ears as a child although they were not professional singers themselves. Interestingly, she took her first lesson in traditional singing from her grandmother when she was very young.
Pari Mah did her bachelor degree in Agriculture which was one of her favorite fields. However, she always nurtured the dream of getting herself involved with sublime arts. To pursue her dream and to contribute her share in the artistic realm of her motherland, she took Persian calligraphy lessons and obtained the highest certificate in Persian calligraphy both in Nastaliq and Shekaste styles. She pursued calligraphy under Moahmmad Reza Rahimi, one of the most prominent figures in the art of Persian calligraphy in Esfahan. She has exhibited her calligraphy works at two solo shows so far.
Meanwhile, she pursued learning Persian traditional music from his brother and studied Abdullah Davami version of Radif, the Persian classical music repertoire. From early on in her career, Pari Mah was an admirer of the eminent Iranian vocalist Qamar-ol-Moluk Vaziri’s style of singing and this enthusiasm encouraged her to follow her steps as a role model and lead her to further studying Adib Khansari’s version of Radif under well-known Iranian maestros such as Hengameh Akhavan. She also enjoyed learning from Mohammad Reza Lotfi during his workshops and benefited his excellent skills in order to polish her voice. Her attempts in recreating and performing the songs from Qamar and other prominent figures of Iranian traditional music such as Hossein Taher-zadeh, Qamar-ol-Moluk Vaziri, Eghbal Azar and Reza-gholi Mirza Zelli paved her way to explore her own style of singing.
Having the rich and exquisite tradition of Persian traditional music at hand, she has performed many private concerts so far and has recorded a good number of songs. Her acclaimed song “Regret”, composed by maestro Keyvan Saket, enjoyed a popular audience and caused a resurgence of interest in Iranian traditional music. She has recently finished recording a new album that mostly contains the covers of some old tunes originally sung by Qamar-ol-Moluk Vaziri. New recordings are fully arranged and orchestrated with modern vibe by Majid Derakhshani, an acclaimed Iranian musician. Few original songs composed by maestro Derakhshani are included in the album as well. Aside from trailing her singing career and recording albums, Pari Mah also teaches music and contributes in researching Persian traditional music.