Amin Amel Ebrahimi

Amin Ebrahimi (1997) was born in Mashhad (Iran). Coming from architecture (IAUM) and Persian music (Ferdows University) background he moved to the Netherlands to pursue his passion for classical music. Amin has followed his musical training in Tilburg at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts and has enjoyed the mentorship of phenomenal Dutch artists such as Anthony Fiumara, Aart Strootman, Hawar Tawfiq, Louis Buskens, Antony Hermus, and Sander Teepen.
Amin’s musical language and the way he implements his background in his scores has triggered the audience, critics, and the musicians’ attention and non the less NRC, and NPO4 as well as several local papers. His vast sonic imagination and awareness of the tools and performance practice ensures a captivating performance. Amins is regularly feature both as composer and conductor on major venues in the Netherlands such as Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Tivoli Vredenburg, Muziekgebouw Eindhoven, Concertzaal Tilburg, etc.
Regardless of his short residence in the Netherlands Amin’s qualities has led to his engagements and major commissions in projects with ensembles, orchestras, and organizations such as Gaudeamus Muziekweek, Philharmonie Zuid Nederlands, Capella Amsterdam, Holland Festival, Sami Yusuf, Brabant Koor, De Link (where he was the artist in residence in 2021), etc.
Amin has been the nominated and finalist of ECHO Award 2020 and was among the winners of Netherlands Embassy’s Online Cultural Challenge in the same year.
In 2022 Amin made his debut as a conductor at Muziekgebouw Eindhoven with Kamerata Zuid and Brabant Koor during the Reflections of Our Time. Amin holds the position of principal conductor and artistic director at Brabant Chamber Orchestra. He also enjoys conducting Vocaal Ensemble Marcando and Parish Choir of Nuenen Cathedral. Amin regularly receives commissions from local and international artists, festivals, art foundations, and orchestras and enhances his profile as a composer as well as a conductor.