REZA MOGHADDAS was born in Tehran in 1972, and he studied Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at Iran Azad University. His professional music career started in 1997 with Avizheh Ensemble, that released two albums and performed more than 15 concerts over two years. He won the Golden Sun Prize with Avizheh for best post-revolution New-Age album in 1999. He founded Bamahang Studios – the first digital recording studio in Iran – in 1998 and registered Bamahang Productions in Canada in 2005. Reza has been involved in various movie, theatre and music productions in Iran and Canada and has worked with many masters of Persian music, cinema and theatre such as Shadjarian, Hossein Alizadeh, Mohammadreza Lotfi, Kayhan Kalhor, Kamkars, Dastan Ensemble, Mohammad Nouri, Juan Martin, Bahram Beizaei, Kamal Tabrizi, Rasool Mollagholipour, Helena Waldman and Iraj Karimi. He has worked as a freelance sound engineer, musician and producer with Small World Music, Cherry Beach Sound, Harbourforont Centre, Toronto Centre for the Arts, London Sun Festival, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Omni TV and many universities in Canada. He was the artistic director of the Tirgan Festival at Harbourfront Centre (July 2008), and co-founded Godot Art Productions, a non-profit company with a mandate to produce multi-disciplinary artistic projects.