Arash Eyvazi

Arash Eyvazi
Bass Guitar Player

Reza Eyvazi (Arash) is a young bassist from Tehran, Iran.He was born in April 20th 1984. Arash
started music at the age of 6 by playing violin. Later on in 2000, he became intrested in electric bass
and has been playing since. During this time he played with many artists in different genres such as
rock, heavy metal, fusion, funk and traditional Persian pop.

Basist ,
Work experience
2000-03 Member of Mohammad Reza Eyvazi’s band
2003-04 Member of Saaid Poor Saaidi’s band
2004-08 Member of Vanda Band
2008-13 Music instructor (private one by one lessons)
2013-14 Gilan fusion orchestra band (Armika Band)
2014-15 Member of Amir Molai’s band
2015-17 Member of Fereydoun Asrayi, Sina Hejazi and Milad Derakhshani’s bands
2017-Present Member of Hamed Homayoun’s band
Arash is also playing with three other musicians in a newly shaped band, called “ Easta Band”, which
their main focus is on fusion

Arash started the academic lessons when he was younger and had the chance to learn from Kasra
Professional Summary
Saboktakin and Rami Lakkis and so many other instructors. After finding his specific style in music
he becomes a self-thaught person and improves his music on his own.


Arash is one of the only Iranian musicians who was announced as an MTD BASSES ( MICHAEL
TOBIAS DESIGN) from New York.
Meanwhile, he got the artist title from MARC VANDERKLEY amplifcaton (high performance bass
equipment) Company.


Concerts in Iran with Hamed Homayoun’s band
( Taraneye Sharghi Company)
2017- present.
Tehran (milad tower conference hall), (Ministry of Interior Hall)
Isfahan (Roudaki Hall)
Shiraz (Hafiz Concert Hall)
Kish(City Hall)
Ahvaz (Shohada Karegar Hall)
Asalouyeh (Persian Gulf Hall)
Bandar Abbas (Shahid Avini Hall)
Abadan (Naft Cinema)
World tour with Hamed Homayoun
( Taraneye Sharghi Company )
England – London (Gracepoint)
Manchester (The Plaza)
Germany – Hamburg (Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt)
Cologne (tanzbrunnen köln)
Frankfort (Neue Stadthalle Langen)
Sweden – Stockholm (radisson blu waterfront)
Gothenburg (Gothenburg Concert Hall )
Netherlands – Amsterdam(RAI Exhibition and convention center)
Belgium – Antwerp (Zuiderkroon Antwerp)
Armenia – Yerevan (Aram Khachaturian Grand Concert hall)
Australia – Sydney (State Theatre)
Melbourne (Monash University)
Brisbane (The Tivoli Hall)
Canada – Toronto (Sony Center)
Montreal (Saint Denis)
Calgary (Mac Ewan Hall)
Vancouver (The Orpheum Theater)