Experience an unforgettable musical journey with Zade, the Jordanian-American virtuoso, at the Casino du Liban. Mark your calendars on December 14, 15 and 16, 2023, and prepare to be mesmerized by the performances of this renowned pianist and composer, also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for the Middle East and North Africa.

Of Damascene descent, Zade (Dirani) is acclaimed for his skillful blending of diverse genres such as Latin, pop and classical music, captivating global audiences and esteemed figures like Queen Elizabeth and Nelson Mandela.

With eight albums to his name, reflecting a rich and diverse musical education from the National Music Conservatory in Amman and Berklee College of Music in Boston, Zade has won the hearts of music lovers in the Middle East, Europe and the United States. His albums have impressively climbed the Billboard charts, with his project “One Night in Jordan” achieving remarkable heights.

“One Night in Jordan: A Concert for Peace” is an extraordinary event orchestrated by Zade. Held in one of the oldest Roman amphitheaters in Amman, this concert brought together over 90 elite musicians from more than 40 nations. Featuring the London Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, this performance was recorded and preserved in an album and DVD, later broadcast internationally.

As a UNICEF Regional Ambassador for the Middle East and North Africa, Zade has dedicated a significant part of his career to advocating for children affected by conflict, violence and poverty. His commitment led to the creation of “Musiqati” or “My Music,” an innovative music therapy program for refugee children.

His collaboration with UNICEF also led to the creation of “Heartbeat,” a song performed by Ansam, a displaced young Syrian girl. The video, filmed in Syria, features children participating in UNICEF’s support programs, showcasing their resilience and hope.

Following the Beirut Port blast, Zade joined other renowned artists in Lebanon for “Recollect Beirut,” a tribute to honor the victims and comfort the bereaved, involving 250 Lebanese singers.

Zade’s performances are more than just concerts; they are immersive and moving experiences that transcend music to touch the heart. His concerts celebrate cultural diversity, peace and compassion.