Amir Khosrowpour has performed in more than a dozen states, in Shanghai, and most recently in a month-long exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. A resident of New York City, Khosrowpour has worked with composers and performers in many new-music groups, including Red Light New Music, Ensemble Pamplemousse, JACK Quartet, and TRANSIT. He also is a company member of The Actors Company Theatre, having written music for their highly successful off-Broadway production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Bedroom Farce, and for several of their Salon Series productions. He is working with playwrights Jonathan Goldberg and Edith Freni on two musicals and is collaborating with NYC dance choreographers Kathryn Wilkening, Susan Cherniak, Caron Eule, and Nicoll+Oreck on dance concerts for the 2010-11 season.
He’s won numerous competitions, including the national title from the Music Teachers National Association, earning a Steinway grand piano as a prize. Additionally, Khosrowpour has developed programs for students in an advanced video-conferencing program, called Distance-Learning, at Manhattan School of Music. He has also been a faculty member and accompanist at the Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Camp.