Professor Pezhman Mosleh is an international Iranian composer, poet, professor of cinema philosophy and aesthetic and a scholar in music history who is appreciated by Dr. Irvin Yalom (outstanding psychiatrist and philosopher and one of the impressive characters), Mrs. Rebecca Goldstein (the remarkable philosopher, author and the winner of American National Humanities Medal), Mrs. Ruthellen Josselson (the outstanding psychotherapist, researcher, editor of the APA journal qualitative psychology), Dr. David Spiegel (the Wilson Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine) and Nelson Mandela Foundation. "Music Information Center of Poland" believes that the music of Mosleh is close to Zbigniew Priesner’s works, who is composer of Krzysztof Kieślowski's movies.
Professor Mosleh takes steps in the way of struggling with war and violence along with universal musicians. And he is a pioneer in Iranian neo romanticism style. According to SABC News he is inspired by Beethoven and Chopin in composing music.
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