Romena Jonas

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Artist Type
Singer
Phone
9257685245
Website
www.romenajonas.com
Biography

Romena Jonas born in Urmia and raised in Tehran, Iran to her parents Gershon and Pari Adi (AKA Eddy) immigrated to the United States at the age of 14.  She graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in Geology.  While in college, she authored a book on Earthquakes Felt in the State of Pennsylvania and the Surrounding Areas.  Later in life, she authored a children’s storybook “Golden Head and Silver Head.”  An accomplished business owner, a Professional Geologist, a Construction Contractor, an Environmental Consultant, a TV show host, a political activist, a humanitarian, and a singer with a great passion and love for her nation, the Assyrians.

She comes from a long lineage of singers and entertainers.  It has been told that her great grandfather, Mr. Yagoo Kubier from the village of Gulpashan used to sing for King Naser al-Din Shah in Tabriz, Iran.  His voice was so strong and loud that he would often sing from the courtyard of the palace.

Ms. Jonas now lives and works in California and follows her long-awaited dream of singing in her mother language, Assyrian, and the beautiful romance language, Persian

Romena Jonas born in Urmia and raised in Tehran, Iran to her parents Gershon and Pari Adi (AKA Eddy) immigrated to the United States at the age of 14.  She graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in Geology.  While in college, she authored a book on Earthquakes Felt in the State of Pennsylvania and the Surrounding Areas.  Later in life, she authored a children’s storybook “Golden Head and Silver Head.”  An accomplished business owner, a Professional Geologist, a Construction Contractor, an Environmental Consultant, a TV show host, a political activist, a humanitarian, and a singer with a great passion and love for her nation, the Assyrians.

She comes from a long lineage of singers and entertainers.  It has been told that her great grandfather, Mr. Yagoo Kubier from the village of Gulpashan used to sing for King Naser al-Din Shah in Tabriz, Iran.  His voice was so strong and loud that he would often sing from the courtyard of the palace.

Ms. Jonas now lives and works in California and follows her long-awaited dream of singing in her mother language, Assyrian, and the beautiful romance language, Persian

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