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Raha Yousefi is a Canadian-Iranian Persian classical music singer. She began her musical journey in 2006, and over the course of the next decade, she learned from prominent Persian musicians, enriching her musical knowledge and skills, including Maestro Mohammadreza Lotfi, Maestro Ali-Asghar Shahzeydi, Hamid-Reza Noorbakhsh, Naghmeh Gholami, Arshad Tahmasebi, and Mohammad Motamedi.

Raha embarked on her musical career in 2016 when she performed three roles in the Omar Khayyam puppet opera, directed by Behrouz Gharibpour. Since then, she has engaged in numerous musical projects across Iran, Canada, the US, and Europe, which encompass live performances at various concerts and festivals, vocal contributions to film music, and the recording of multiple single tracks and music videos. Her debut album titled "Goriz" was composed by Eshagh Anvar, arranged by Amir Behzad, and recorded with the Prague Metropolitan Orchestra.

Throughout her musical journey, Raha has collaborated with esteemed composers such as Maestro Saeed Farajpouri, Pooria Poornazeri, Mahyar Alizadeh, Midya Farajnejad, Eshagh Anvar, Amir Behzad, Hamid Khansari, and Erfan Ganjehei.

Raha has also been sharing her expertise by teaching classical Persian vocals since 2015. After relocating to Canada, she continued her passion for teaching music by offering courses at the World Musician Centre of Montreal, and presently in Vancouver. 

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