Behrouz Jamali was born into a family of scientists and artists in Tabriz, Iran.  After moving to England with his family at the age of 5 his first music activities started in Durham city where he started Recorder lessons and soon after his first group performance took place at Durham Cathedral. Under the special supervision of his parents in his early school years and like other members of his family  he gradually stepped into the world of multi activism.

Upon his return to Iran parallel to his other studies he started Persian Classical music lessons in his hometown Tabriz with a number of renowned musicians learning instruments such as Tombak and also Western Classical music under legendary Zaven Yedigarian (Violin) and many others.

While only a high school student he was granted an official permit as a Tombak instructor from Ministry of Culture and started teaching Tombak next to music legends like Ali Salimi the great master of Azerbaijani Tar and composer.  Being in such an environment in that age resulted in connecting with talented musicians and composers and some of them had major effects and influences in his music education already expanded from Western music to Persian music and Azeri music.

As a result of such opportunities he participated in number of concerts as performer, composer and music director. His compositions include pieces for solo instruments, chamber music arrangements and electronic music.
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As a first student of his class during almost all of his school years he decided to continue his education in Civil Engineering and he graduated with a B.Sc. degree as a Civil Engineer combined with solid education in computer science and programming. His activities as an engineer are also diverse. Audio engineering and sound recording, application programming, Network designing, web programming to be just a few.
During his collage years he participated in Mansour Hamidi's theater courses and along with taking acting lessons he has composed music for a number of  plays. He has also experienced 8mm cinematography and photography in his home studio and got engaged in both writing film scripts and making and editing short movies.

Since moving to The United States "Washington DC" where he currently resides he continued his activities as an engineer and as an active artist. He has conducted master classes on Persian Classical music in some of the most prestigious Universities and schools in united states such as Julliard, Boise State University, Montgomery college and Middlebury collage to name a few.  Fundraising for MS-Society and talent promotion projects were two of  his most recent programs in USA.

In 2008 he performed a duet at Yale center for British Arts with Persian Kamancheh Virtuoso and Grammy award winner Instrumentalist and Composer , Keyhan Kalhor and since then he has performed with Kayhan Kalhor in a number of other concerts as a duo and part of his ensemble in places like Carnegie Hall, Boston Fine Arts Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, NY Symphony Space, World Music Institute, Smithsonian (DC), Brookfiled Center, Vancouver BC Canada, The University Of Toledo, Waterloo Ontario, Toronto Ontario Canada, Skirball Cultural Center, Carnegie Mellon University, University of California and a live broadcast in WNYC radio.  He has also performed in the memorable farewell performance of the legendary Armenian master Jivan Gasparyan with him at The Global Best Festival.

Currently his focus is mainly filmmaking concentrating on social and musical documentaries. In 2009 he founded Dimension Media in usa which is active in media production and documentary film. His recent documentaries include "REDES" for Naxos of america and a range of interviews with accomplished artists in United States and around the world.

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