Teaches Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello
"I believe that music is an international language that is able to connect all of us together and purify our spirits. This education is so powerful that it can help us understand and accept each other without any difficulty, as it is a very pure spiritual value that always lives in us."
National Conservatory of Music (Tehran), Fine Arts Academy of Tehran University, George Farah Academy of Eastern Music (Beirut), College of Arabic Music (Cairo)
Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello
Since 1990 up to the present, she has performed in many educational and cultural institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum, American Museum of Natural Hisotry, Princeton University, Rutgers Univesity, Carnegie Hall Silk Road Festival, World Music Institute, Lowell Folk Festival (Lowell, MA), Town Hall (NYC), Women in the World Music Festival, Columia University, Harvard University, and the United Nations.
Shahla is currently based out of the NYC Metro Area, where she continues to teach piano, violin, and qanun.