Born in Wales to Iranian parents, Roshi Nasehi is a singer-composer and sound artist with a strong track record in performance, recording, collaboration, public art and social intervention projects and workshops. Her records have received significant airplay (Radio 3, 6 Music, RTE) and considerable critical acclaim including twice record of the month in Mixmag who described her as “one of the most singular voices working at the moment”. A visiting tutor at Goldsmiths, she has led high profile participatory projects and training for many organisations like the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Rhythmix and Kith and Kids. She is an associate artist for Sound Connections and a member of their expert Music For Young People in Challenging Circumstances network panel. She is also a featured artist in Dr. Pamela Burnard’s book Musical Creativities In Practice. Roshi has received many commissions including, the Belonging exhibition at the Museum Of London, Radio 3’s The Verb, So & So Circus Theatre, Birds Eye View, the Southbank WOW festival and the British Council for whom she presented major public Sound Art pieces in Kuwait in May 2014.