Emad Ram (born on March 11, 1309, in Sari; died on June 3, 1382, in Germany), with the real name Emaduddin Ram, was a composer, singer, and musician and a member of the Mojahedin Organization. He had been very fond of the flute since his youth and used to pierce his reeds and blow into them. In 1322, he turned to the theater, and in addition to the role of comedian, he sang and played the flute behind the curtain. In 1335, he went to the Department of Fine Arts and learned music and instrumentation from his professors. He had a bachelor’s degree from the University of Agriculture. In 1350, he was appointed director of one of the orchestras of the Ministry of Culture and Art of the Pahlavi government.