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Kaspar Jalily ( سهند جلیلی ) is an award winning musician.

Born in France, from an Iranian father and Dutch mother, he initially learned classical guitar at age 14.


This established a technique early on that eventually freed him to develop his own sought-after style on guitar that has been rewarded by numerous prestigious accolades including the 1st prize in Rhythm Guitar and 2nd prize in Rock Guitar in the « Six String Theory » 2018 competition created by legendary guitarist Lee Ritenour.

He also won the « Trade it All » competition by Cory Henry which led him to perform with the artist. 

In 2023, Kaspar received a nomination at the 66th Grammy awards ceremony for his contributions on Adam Blackstone's " Legacy " Album, nominated for " Best Instrumental Jazz Album"

Kaspar's craft and expertise in his field is subject to publications internationally in outlets like Guitar Magazine Japan, Top Guitar, Guitare Xtreme Magazine and more. 

Always dedicated to perfect his knowledge of the industry, Kaspar studied and graduated with honours in music business in Paris. 

In addition to performing for international artists, Kaspar is also very active in the French scene as a music director and side-man for mainstream artists such as Soolking, Soprano, Louane, Tiakola, Eva, Jungeli, Bianca Costa and many more. 

In 2020, Kaspar Jalily along with Vola Guitars released his Signature guitar model, the Vola KJM. The KJM was greatly received in the guitar industry with publications in major outlets such as Premier Guitar  and Guitar World.

He was able to work in partnership with brands like Puma, Red Bull and more, showing that guitar is still part of popular culture.

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