Mansour Morteza was born in a village near Birjand, Iran. He moved with his family to Mashad at the age of six and lived there for the next twelve years.
When he was ten years old, thanks to his elder brother's influence, he developed a passion for theatre, took lessons, participated in competitions, for a year. Then he found a passion for music; he taught himself percussion, music theory, whilst earning money to buy a violin and go to music school. He formed his own music group, wrote songs, and played music at events.
After attaining his High School Diploma in Mathematics, Mansour moved to Tehran for less than a year and then moved to London at the age of twenty.
For the next eleven years, he educated himself in violin, piano, singing, conducting, and music theory through various music institutions and finally he became a conductor of music.
Since 1990, Mansour has been busy researching music education, giving instrumental lessons, conducting and composing in London. In addition, to music he has also a passion for philosophy and Persian poetry and he has spent some time in these areas.