• > Home
  • > Artists
  • > Fairuz
  • > Overview
  • Fairuz


    • Fairuz - Famous Lebanese diva Fairuz sings lithurgical hymns 29 April 2005 at Good Friday mass at Saint Elias church in Mhaidseh village, east of Beirut.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz performs at Lebanon's new state-of-art Platea theatre in Sahel Alma north of the capital Beirut on December 9, 2011. The 77-year-old singer began her career in the early 1950s and became an icon across the Arab  world with hundreds of songs mainly written by the Rahbani Brothers and later her son Ziad Rahbani.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz, the best known Arab singer alive, performs a concert in Baalbek on August 14, 1998 as part of the festival held at world's biggest Roman temples.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz, the best known Arab singer alive, performs a concert on August 14, 1998 in Baalbek as part of the festival held at world's biggest Roman temples.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz, the best known Arab singer alive, performs a concert on August 14, 1998 in Baalbek as part of the festival held at world's biggest Roman temples.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese composer Ziad Rahbani plays piano during a concert by his mother, the Arab world's most renowned living singer Fairuz, in Dubai 23 January 2003. The 67-year-old singer, accompanied by Rahbani for the first time in an Arab country, gave a sellout concert in the Gulf emirate for the third consecutive year with some 60 Armenian and Lebanese musicians and back vocals.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz (C) talks to her son, composer Ziad Rahbani (R), and Armenian conductor Karen Durgarian during rehearsals prior to their Dubai concert 23 January 2003. The 67-year-old singer, accompanied by Rahbani for the first time in an Arab country, gave a sellout concert in the Gulf emirate for the third consecutive year with some 60 Armenian and Lebanese musicians and back vocals.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese musician Ziad Rahbani conducts the orchestra during the concert of Fairuz at the annual festival of Beiteddine in the Chouf region 31 July 2001. Fairuz gave three concerts at the festival, accompanied by her son Ziad and conductor Karen Durgaryan.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese singer Fairuz attends a concert rehearsal 03 August 2000 at Beiteddine, 45 kilometres southeast of Beirut. Fairuz will perform 04 and 05 August at the Beiteddine international music festival.
    • Fairuz - This picture released by the press office of Lebanese diva Fairuz, shows the diva performing during her concert at the ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus late 07 July 2007 in the Greek capital Athens. Fairuz's soldout concert in the ancient amphitheatre by the Acropolis was attended by 5,000 people, some of whom flew in from neighbouring countries.
    • Fairuz - This picture released by the press office of Lebanese diva Fairuz, shows the diva performing during her concert at the ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus late 07 July 2007 in the Greek capital Athens. Fairuz's soldout concert in the ancient amphitheatre by the Acropolis was attended by 5,000 people, some of whom flew in from neighbouring countries.
    • Fairuz - This picture released by the press office of Lebanese diva Fairuz, shows the diva performing during her concert at the ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus late 07 July 2007 in the Greek capital Athens. Fairuz's soldout concert in the ancient amphitheatre by the Acropolis was attended by 5,000 people, some of whom flew in from neighbouring countries.
    • Fairuz - The sister of late Lebanese composer Mansour Rahbani Elham (R) and his niece Rima Rahbani (L) attend his funeral service at a church in Antelias, a northern suburb of Beirut, on January 16, 2009. Rahbani, 83, well-known in the Arab world along with his late brother Assi for their role in musical and theatrical revival, died on January 13, 2009 following a bout of pneumonia. Rima is the daughter of Assi Rahbani and Lebanon's diva Fairuz.
    • Fairuz - This picture released by the press office of Lebanese diva Fairuz, shows the diva performing during her concert at the ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus late 07 July 2007 in the Greek capital Athens. Fairuz's soldout concert in the ancient amphitheatre by the Acropolis was attended by 5,000 people, some of whom flew in from neighbouring countries.
    • Fairuz - This picture released by the press office of Lebanese diva Fairuz, shows the diva rehearsing at the ancient Odeon of Herodes Atticus in the early hours of 07 July 2007 in the Greek capital Athens. The living musical legend, accompanied by a 40-member orchestra conducted by Karen Dourgarian of the Yerevan Opera & Ballet Theatre, will sing a classical selection from her repertoire which includes songs from as early as the mid-1950s, the date of her debut in Beirut with the Lebanon's Rahbani Brothers. More recent songs composed by her son Ziad Rahbani will also be featured in this rare concert -- part of the Athens & Epidaurus Festival -- which brings the Arab world's most famous living singer to Greece for the first time ever. Part of the revenue of the concert will go to children in need in cooperation with Greek and International charity and peace organizations.
    • Fairuz - The legendary Lebanese singer Fairuz holds her diploma after she received a Honorary Doctorate at American University of Beirut, 25 June 2005.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese composer Ziad Rahbani plays the piano during a rare oriental-jazz concert late 12 January 2004 in Abu Dhabi. An audience of 1,600 music fans attended the concert, which is the first of two sold-out shows in the Emirati capital that will be followed by a third concert in Dubai on January 16. A South African harpist joined the mainly-Lebanese band which blends jazz with oriental tunes in a fusion that is typical of Rahbani, the son of Lebanon's legendary singer Fairuz and the late composer Assi Rahbani.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz sings in Dubai 23 January 2003. In a sellout concert, the Arab world's most renowned living singer was accompanied by her son, composer Ziad Rahbani on piano, and some 60 Armenian and Lebanese musicians and back vocals.
    • Fairuz - A general view of the open-air stage where Lebanese diva Fairuz gave a sellout concert in the Gulf emirate of Dubai to some 2,500 spectators 23 January 2003. The 67-year-old singer was accompanied by her son, composer Ziad Rahbani and some 60 Armenian and Lebanese musicians and back vocals.
    • Fairuz - Lebanese diva Fairuz sings in Doha, Qatar late 13 March 2003. The Arab world's most renowned living singer, performing for the second time in ten years in the tiny Gulf emirate which is currently the headquarters for the US army's central command, was accompanied by a mixed Lebanese-Armenian orchestra, conducted by Karen Durgaryan.
    Born and educated in Beirut, she began her musical career as a chorus member at the Lebanese Radio Station. In the late 1950s her talent as a singer became fully acknowledged.Fayrouz's early songs featured the singer's distinct vocal timbre and lyrics expressing romantic love and nostalgia for village life. They meshed with a delicate orchestral blend in which certain Arab instruments figured ...more


    Be Social with Us

    • ARTISTdirect at youtube

    Related Sites

    Latest Music News

    more news headlines »

    Featured Links