Amin Keshmiri was born in Isfahan Iran where he began his education in music. By the age of 14, he was the leader of Isfahan Symphony Orchestra and Isfahan National Orchestra where he performed with some of the greatest conductors in Iran.
In 2009 Amin moved to the UK and continued his studies at Leeds College of Music where he achieved a BTEC National Diploma in violin, conducting and composition with distinction.
In autumn of 2011 Amin won a “Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Trust” award andmoved to Glasgow to continue his studies as a conductor and violinist at the RCS (formerly known as the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama). Within months he became the musical director of Arezoo Symphony Orchestra. Amin has also been guest soloist and conductor of Sale Chamber Orchestra between 2010 -2013.
During his studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Amin has been nominated for a BAFTA best music for motion picture, has won three “Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Trust” awards and two documentaries have been made about him by Iranian Satellite channels. He is currently completing his Master of Music and also works as Students’ Union Vice President.
As a composer Amin has been writing a large portion of orchestral music including a symphony and a “Persian” piano concerto. He has also been composing music for films such as “The Scribbler” which won the best “Drama” award at the Royal Television Society in 2015.