He started learning music during childhood with a focus on European classical music. After several years of effort in this field and in order to complete what he had learned academically, he entered to a Master’s degree and then to PhD. His instrument is piano and his playing repertoire, varied from baroque to contemporary, has been completed over the years.
Also, by tending to improvisation and following the musical trends of the early 20th century in the United States, he became interested in jazz and transcribed a number of improvisations of this music; In this regard, he prepared and published the Jazz Piano Tutorial in 2016.
Considering the increasing desire of young people to study music and sound engineering, teaching at university is one of his preoccupations, and with an academic attitude, he guides interested students on the path of up-to-date and practical education.
Attending state media programs as an expert, critic and researcher includes another aspect of his actions. He tries to establish a connection between the enthusiasts and experts of this art by introducing the conducted researches, introducing the published books and talking to the activists of this field while discussing some less familiar topics for the public.
In addition to the above efforts, cooperation with music groups in various styles and experience of numerous performances inside and outside the country in the form of festivals, competitions and concerts can be seen in his professional record.
In addition, he is graduated in electronic engineering and by dealing with the common field between the two sciences of music and electronic, he has tried to study the analysis and processing of sound signals effectively and in a scientific framework. The potential of both discussed fields provides a domain that requires wide-ranging research to actualize the desired goals. Among his fields of expertise are topics related to audio sampling and filtering, as well as the design of analog-to-digital converter circuits.