Mohammad Sedigh Ta’rif (born December 16, 1965 in Sanandaj) is a master of Iranian Radif and singer of original Iranian music from Iran. During his artistic career, Sedigh Ta’rif has collaborated with many famous artists, including Mohammad Reza Lotfi (in the album Chavosh 10 (in memory of Taherzadeh), Jalal Zolfanoun (in the album Mania), Hossein Alizadeh, Farhad Fakhreddini and Hossein Yousefouzmani. We can mention Salar Aghili, a composition composed by Fereydoun Moshiri on the album of Mania from the point of view of his companions. According to him, since high school, he has played in student theaters and also sung behind the scenes or on stage, and usually imitated singers such as Iraj or Golpayegani. In 1975, he entered the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran, and in 1980, he graduated in the field of performing arts. Among his professors in the faculty, we can mention Bahram Beizai, Houshang Golshiri, Shamim Bahar, Goli Targhi, Hamid Samandarian and Dariush Ashouri. Sedigh Ta’rif’s first work is in memory of Taherzadeh (formerly known as Chavosh 10), performed by the Sheida and Aref groups under the direction of Mohammad Reza Lotfi. In one of his interviews after the death of Mohammad Reza Lotfi, Tareef himself had said that: In 1984, about 30 years ago, Lotfi invited me to cooperate and “took my hand and stood up” and did that heavy and great work in memory of Taherzadeh with He taught me accuracy, patience and love. In this interview, Sedigh Ta’rif called Mohammad Reza Lotfi an example of a perfect master. This work was first published by the Chavosh Center and was included in the list of 12 Chavosh albums, and today it has been republished by the Avae Sheida Cultural and Artistic Institute under the supervision of Mohammad Reza Lotfi.