He was born on #15-03-1951# in Arbat, Sulaymaniyah.
1968 Member of Sulaimani Music Band and member of Sulaymaniyah Educational Arts Activities Music Band, as an instrumentalist and teacher.
In 1977-1978, he received the first place in Iraq from the Baghdad Institute of Fine Arts.
He was one of the founders of the music department of Sulaimani Institute of Fine Arts in 1983.
In 1977, he founded the Piramerd Band, which taught children music and later became a good band of its time until 1991.
He was one of the founders of the children's music band in Sulaymaniyah.
He was a good encourager of the children of that time and did many things such as recording music and songs and introducing them to music, which now has produced many experienced artists.
He was also a member of the Revolution Band from 1974 to 1975.
In 1998, he became an active member of the Dutch multicultural ensemble Meudanta and later an active member of the Dutch Symphony Orchestra Appledorn.
He was the music coach of the Sulaymaniyah National Arts Troupe from 2000 to 2008. He has more than 14 choirs (collective songs).
He has written several books on music, including learning the violin, music theories, classification of Middle Eastern music, and many other articles on Kurdish music and songs in Kurdish newspapers and websites.
He has also participated in all events and celebrations of the Sulaimani Music Band since 1969. He has composed many songs for singers such as Karim Kaban, Osman Ali, Adnan Karim, Asad Karadaghi, Payman Omar, Abbas Mohammed, Ala Omar, Diyari Karadaghi, Amal Saeed, Avan Jamal, Tara Rasul, and many others....)
He has composed music for several Kurdish dramas, including the first Kurdish film (Nargis Bride of Kurdistan), as well as the drama (Zhala, Gulala) and many others.
Then in 2007, on the day of the Anfal tragedy, with the Sulaymaniyah Music Band and Sulaymaniyah Institute of Fine Arts, he performed 50 minutes of music, songs and a play with the Sulaymaniyah National Arts Band.
He left Kurdistan in 1997 and now lives with his wife, two sons and two daughters.
Since 2004, he has been trying to expand the level of artistic culture of his nation:
1- Discovery of the Qwint Circle law for Kurdish music based on the invention of Jean-Philippe Rameau in the seventeenth century for European music.
2- Classifying the syllables of Kurdish music on a scientific basis and identifying both the right and foreign syllables and the syllables on their other sound levels.
3- Finding the armatura for Kurdish music and freeing Kurdish music from the methods of neighboring nations such as the Persian corner method and the genre and knot of Arabic-Turkish music.