ARFA Music Academy is the first persian professional music school in the heart of Newmarket.
Since 2020, we provide music education on both western classical and Iranian instruments.
You can book now for our free session to meet our teachers and get more information about our methodology and the teaching style.
Arash Fallahi is a composer, songwriter, music arranger, guitarist, RCM Advanced certified teacher, and a choir conductor, based in Toronto.
Arash Fallahi completed his Master of composition at the Art University of Tehran, where he also taught music composition and sight reading for over a decade. Additionally he has served as a composer and arranger for Iran National TV Broadcasting, and has composed over twenty orchestral pieces in multiple musical genres.
Arash was awarded the Fajr Festival trophy for his conducting of Bahman choir in 2013. His experience in vocal ensemble led him into founding the Choral Band in 2017; a non-profit choir for Iranians living in Toronto.
He has since held more than ten performances with his band throughout GTA in several well-known events, such as the Tirgan Festival.
Arash has extensive experience as a music producer, and has produced and recorded music for over thirty pop singers, based in his personal studio, Arfamusic. Up until now, he has produced and published two music albums.
Arash has served as a judge for many festivals in Iran, such as: Fadjr and Javan. He has also worked as the cofounder and conductor of Youth Orchestra in Iran.
In 2020, Arash Founded Arfa Music, a music school dedicated to teaching piano and other instruments based in Newmarket. He is a member of Ontario Registered Music Association (ORMTA), and an active freelance teacher for students of all musical backgrounds
Arash’s teachers and mentors include: Ahmad Pejman, Sharif Lotfi, Hossein Dehlavi, Mostafa Pourtorab, Siavash Beizaee, Tolib Hon Shakhidi, Khayam Mirzazadeh
Thomas Caplin, Sohrab Kashef.