'Peyman is a friendly, helpful and compassionate human being. He tirelessly continues
to promote his music on the World Wide Web.' RHYTHMWEB of the late Eric Stuer
'Type in 'tonbak' on your search engine and you will find Peyman.' PowerHaus
of Paul Marshall
'Peyman is a drumming community dynamo and gives a great perspective on Middle
Eastern drumming.' Drum Journal of Dale Wambaugh
'Peyman Nasehpour is a distinguish percussionist with a scientific approach to
performing and teaching tombak. He also teaches daf and ghaval (Azeri frame drum commonly known as dayereh-ye-Azeri).' Tombak
Network of Hormoz Dilmaghani
'Peyman is the driving force behind promoting tonbak, ghaval and daf on the Internet.'
DrumFest of Daveed Korup
'Peyman is a passionate and dedicated educator and promoter of Persian art music
and it's instruments to the rest of the world.' Drum Journey of David Johannes
'And for your dining and dancing pleasure here's some absolutely incredible playing by Peyman Nasehpour. You might want to twist one up before you listen to this guy, if
you don’t know his music it's shockingly good.' Kimock's Korner of Steve Kimock
Dr. Peyman Nasehpour, tonbak, ghaval and daf player, tabla researcher, having PhD
in mathematics and the oldest child of maestro Nasrollah Nasehpoor (vocalist and master of radif repertoire of Persian art music), was born in Tehran,
In his family he was acquainted with Azerbaijani and Persian art music. After finishing
the Child Music Course with Mr. Mohammad Reza Darvishi (researcher of Persian regional music), he started learning tonbak
at the early age of nine. He was very fortunate to be able to receive his training in tonbak (Persian goblet drum) with the
late maestro Nasser Farhangfar, in ghaval (Azerbaijani frame drum) with maestro Latif Tahmasebi-zadeh, in daf (Kurdish frame drum) with maestro Mirza Agha Ghosi and in theoretical old Persian music (Ta'lif-e-Negham & Igha') with Prof. Seyyed Abdollah Anwar.
He has been researching the Indian tabla since 1997.