Ziad Rahbani

Ziad Rahbani is a Lebanese composer, pianist, performer, playwright, and political commentator. Born on January 1st, 1956, he is the eldest son of *Fairuz* and *Assi Rahbani*. With his compositions widely recognized throughout the Arab world, Ziad Rahbani gained fame for his musical works with Fairuz from the 1980s onwards. Notably, his musicals often satirize Lebanese politics during and after the civil war while offering strong criticism of the traditional political establishment.

Known for his diverse talents in music and theater, Ziad Rahbani's artistic contributions have made him an influential figure in the Arab music scene. His thought-provoking compositions continue to captivate audiences with their unique blend of melodies and powerful storytelling.

If you enjoy artists such as Lena Chamamyan, Rima Khcheich, or Marcel Khalifa, then Ziad Rahbani's work will undoubtedly resonate with you. His distinct style sets him apart from other musicians in the region while maintaining a connection to the rich cultural heritage of Lebanon.


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