Nous apprenons avec tristesse le décès de la musicienne libanaise Imane Homsy, ce mercredi à l’âge de 45 ans,
suite à une longue et pénible maladie.
Imane Homsi était l’une des plus importantes musiciennes de
qanoun, instrument, généralement réservé aux hommes.
Imane Homsi avait en outre développé sa propre technique de jeu. Alors que le qanoun se pince traditionnellement avec deux
doigts, elle jouait avec ses dix doigts, donnant par là même une nouvelle dimension et de nouvelles teintes musicales au répertoire classique oriental.
Mostafa Mezher (né le 1er août 1989) est un jeune chanteur libanais.
Mostafa Emad Mezher is a Lebanese talented young artist. He was born on August 1, 1989 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
At the age of 18, he returned to Lebanon, and lived with his sister in Beirut. He continued his studies in Business-Marketing at
the Lebanese American University.
Mostafa attempted his first shot at singing in 2008 by participating in one of the most famous LBC talent shows, “Star Academy”
in its 5th edition, Lebanon. This opportunity helped him to gain experience in arts in general, and singing in particular.
As a child he loved to sing though he did not have all the capabilities to do so, but as he grew up and spontaneously applied to
Star Academy, his talent became his profession that he works on improving day after day.
Mostafa released his first single “ Msafer Ma Rah Erjaa” in 2009, which is written and composed by the scenario writer Firas
His second single, “Sawbik Rayeh”, was released in 2010, which is written by Mounir Bou Assaf, composed by Hisham Boulos and
arranged by Dani Helo.
His first video clip to be released is directed by Rindala Kudeih for the song, “Sawbik Rayeh”.
In 2011, his third single “Aala Hobak Ah” was released, which is written and composed by Salim Assaf, and arranged by Bilal Al
In March 2011, Mostafa recorded his own version of the old classic song, “Sit Al Habayeb”, on the occasion of Mother’s
In December 2012, Mostafa released his new single "Shta2et" which is written and composed by Rami Chafei and arranged by Omar
Sabbagh and the video clip was directed by Bashir Lagoussis.