Roshi is a critically-acclaimed Welsh born musician and theatre-maker of Iranian parentage with a strong track record in performance, recording, cross arts collaboration, theatre, workshops, public art and social engagement projects.
She has performed in prominent arts spaces, theatres and festivals across the UK, Europe, New York and the Middle East. Her records have received significant airplay including BBC Radio 3, 6 Music, RTE, DLR and widespread critical acclaim including The Independent, Wire, The Quietus, Q and twice record of the month in Mixmag who described her as “one of the most singular voices working at the moment”.
She is a featured artist in Dr. Pamela Burnard's book Musical Creativities in Practice (Oxford University Press 2012) and a chapter contributor to Places and Purposes of Popular Music Education (University Of Chicago Press 2022).
She has received many commissions including BBC Radio 3 and 4, the Southbank WOW festival, Music In Detention, So&So Circus theatre and a major British Council commission to present public sound art in Kuwait.
She was also a solo vocalist in the National Theatre’s production of Rutherford and Son, in 2019, directed by Polly Findlay and Musical Director of Village Idiot, in 2023, directed by Nadia Fall at Theatre Royal Stratford.