Azin Zahedi, born in 1991 in Tehran, showed her musical talent at an early age. She started playing the Flute at the age of 7 and later at the music conservatory the Santur (Persian Dulcimer). In 2007, she was awarded first prize at "Iran Youth Festival" as best Santour player. In 2010 she began her Bachelor studies majoring in the flute at the Folkwang University of Arts in Essen with Martina Overlöper and graduated in 2014 with high distinction. Afterwards she commenced a Master of Performance with Prof. Christina Fassbender at the HfM Würzburg and later at the Berlin University of the Arts, of which she completed successfully also with high honors. During her studies she received the Special Prize (Sonderpreis) from the "Musikalische Akademie Würzburg" (2016). Azin Zahedi has gathered inspiration and guidance from world-renowned musicians including Emmanuel Pahud, Prof. Andrea Lieberknecht, Prof. Claudia Stein, Prof. Renate Greiss-Armin, Prof. Reto Bieri, Prof. Gunhild Ott, etc.
In 2018-2019 Zahedi was an orchestral Academist at the "Komische Oper Berlin" and has worked in various professional orchestras throughout Germany such as Ensemble Resonanz, Wurzburg Philharmonic, Lower Bavarian Philharmonic, Komische Oper Chamber Orchestra and many more. She is currently freelancing as a musician/music teacher in Berlin and a permanent member of the wind quintet "Solhmido", "Babylon Orchestra Berlin", ”TEMBER Ensemble”.