AMOS was born in Teheran as the youngest son of Sheik Ismail Ab Hamun Al Huschang Sufi-Siavach and one of his numerous wives. His tentative steps towards professional music were taken very early. But at first it was very hard to assert himself for the main attention fell to a share of his 25 older brothers. Some of them had already been performing as entertainers – Arash, Anusch, Dariusz, Qaisar Sufi-Siavach just to name a few of the renowned. Others had been into professional sports – such as rallye driver Bardis Sufi-Siavach who later disappeared misteriously during the Rallye Paris-Dakar 1983. Or Manooch Sufi-Siavach who was the first tennis professional to be disqualified from the All England Championships Classical Music Disgusted by the way his brothers were pushed to the top – all kinds of surgeries involved – he emigrated to work on his career in Europe. By then he had already developed his remarkable piano skills. One year later, at the age of five, he recorded his first classical album accompanied by the Madrid Symphony Orchestra. Over night he became the shooting star of a whole industry. He was invited twice to the “Marché International du Disque et de l’Edition Musicale” (MIDEM) in Cannes. Once as a performing artist and the second time to host the event sidekicked by José Carreras.