About Mr.Dervish

Amir Hossein Hassani Nia who was born in 1973 in Tehran; is a poet, composer, musician, singer, writer, researcher, mystic, and most important a Rumi. In 2000, he launched a project. From the outside, the project was a concert, but on the inside, it had everything in itself; its goal was the growth of man and humanity, in a country strongly opposed to it. When you go to his concert, you encounter a fusion of Jazz and Middle East music, along with dancers on the stage who are inspired by various Sufis around the world, and contemporary dancers.

He, himself, writes the lyrics, composed the songs, and plays instruments alongside other musicians. As the main singer, he joins other dancers in the Rumi dance at the end of every concert. But all of these are merely an excuse.
An excuse to talk to his audience at the concerts, Muraqaba, and share the secrets
of wisdom with them and challenge them by using art and creating the moment…

• That’s all you need to know about him…
• A server in the form of art
• A nun in the clothes of an artist



Bachelor’s degree:

Music (classic & oriental structure) and composing



IOWHE-Tehran (International Music University


  • Oud Player
  • Whirling (Rumi dance)
  • Meditation
  • Sound healing
  • Psychodrama
  • Composing experiences (more than 80 tracks)
  • Training “down syndrome” special needs children
  • Training Breathe (Buddha breath experience)
  • Training healthy food method (Ibn Sina method)

Experience & Directing Performances

Directing more than 11 performances such as The Quantum Meeting, the Fifth Sense, The Well in the Moon, The Water Traveler, Oman Samani and etc.

• Number of concert events:

Iran (50 concerts)
Australia (2 concerts)
Turkey (11 concerts)
Austria (7concerts)
India (13 concerts)
Canada (1concert)

Number of Operas:

Iran (performing 15 operas)


• Best UNESCO song of 2019
• Independent artist award 2017
• Best singer of India International Festival 2015
• Best Iranian music album 2011


Music albums

  • Mr. Darvish (2011)
  • Secret (2014)



  • Atashbaz (2021)
  • Golnar (2019)

Opera performances

In opera performance, we can turn any short or long story into an opera, a subject, and even a historical memory, we turn the main subject into a tragic story or melodrama, and then we write songs for different episodes, and the symbolism of the instruments, and then the design and The position of dancers and singers.
The performance of each opera depends on the number of people, the place of performance, and the director’s ideas, but digital techniques help a lot to reduce costs, and of course, the experience of the group and the director.

But the main issue is the impact on listeners and viewers in the concert hall. Operas can be without singing or with a group of singers
We can have a great story about the future and even a dream that cannot be seen on any platform as beautifully as Opera.
In the 16th century, opera made a great contribution to Europe, they visualized the future, and what was in their dreams.
But new operas have become very attractive due to the use of technology and have more viewers.