by KamranDanceTeacher

I decided I would return to my Persian side with a more solemn number.  It's in two parts:

Part 1:

Part 2:


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by yolanda on

I watched your video last nite.....the choreography does look like Tai chi sequence.....I even watched some Tai chi videos on you-tube last nite.....a lot of similarities!

Thank you for sharing!


Tai Chi

by KamranDanceTeacher on

You are close with the Kung Fu.  I would say this is like Tai Chi or Chi Gung.  Or Wut Du F*k. 


Delkash, Iraj , Marzieh , Taj Esfahani

by jasonrobardas on

    These are truly the legends of our music. Thanks kamran.....


Everybody Was Kung Fu Dancing!

by Faramarz on

Real Cool Kamran!

It's great that you are into Iranian classics. But you have to pick up the pace with the dance young grasshopper!



You're welcome

by KamranDanceTeacher on

It was a pleasure.  There is no way this can die.  It is immensely powerful.  I will make sure it doesn't. :D  Thank you for your kind words.

Azarin Sadegh

I Love Delkash!

by Azarin Sadegh on

And I am so happy that the new generation of Iranians (even half-Iranians) grasp the deep beauty of Delkash's music.

Watching you dancing to my favorite song of Delkash (that has always made me nostalgic of the good old days of my own "koodaki", already gone a long time ago) gave me hope that this music is not going to die...and I am very thankful to you for this hopeful prospect.


I'm an old soul

by KamranDanceTeacher on

And I love Delkash.  The song touched my soul.  Thanks Delbari.  I can't speak or write Farsi, but I am learning a few words here and there from an Iranian (half Russian) girl who I love.  What does mashang mean?



by پندارنیک on

I am not an avid  follower of your posts, and I know you appreciate the old fellow's honesty. Despite the huge generational gap between us I can easily connect to you for one, I have more than a dozen half irooni falf farangi second and third generation in my family and in that of my spouse. And then, I find you as mashang as myself, maybe to mask a wounded soul?.....

Keep it up son, and that's not a pejorative term...

I only wonder if you can speak, or even better, read and write Farsi? 

Soosan Khanoom


by Soosan Khanoom on

Your persian roots are not doing you any justice. Stick to the River dance ! 

Besides ......

Delkash , Golpa , Iraj , etc  they are the most boring persian singers ever but not if you are an Iranian senior citizen .... the elderly especially the one here in IC love them ....