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The founder: Rebal Alkhodari

Born in Syria and raised between his homeland, Egypt, and Lebanon. Rebal Alkhodari is a singer, musician, and composer with an amazing baritone - countertenor voice, full of oriental techniques and ornaments, well-honed skills as a performer, and major experience. On the academic level, Rebal Obtained a master's degree with honors Berklee college of music from the USA and his Bachelor's degree from the higher institute of music in Damascus focusing on oriental singing. 
After the war broke out in Syria in 2011, Rebal was forced to leave his Homeland and decided to start a new life, choosing to embrace all places and all people as his own home. Rebal’s songs talk generally about love and society using the historical Arabic poems in some of them.  Although his music is a combination of traditional, pop, and classical music, Rebal is open to exploring more types of music. 

Rebal released three albums: Shwayyet Haki  (2009), Tawshih (2011), and  Political poems (2014). He also has performed in more than 300 concerts in more than 44 countries, appearing in opera houses around the world including Berlin, Dubai, Paris, and Hamburg, Still, he calls his performance in the Syrian opera house, Damascus, in 2008, “My favorite performance”.

Besides his brilliant work as a singer, Rebal composes songs for solos and choirs, and have conducted several Arabic choirs, as The National Choir of the Jordanian conservatory and Amaan choir, which were driven by him to receive the best dynamic choir award from the ChoirFest Middle East festival in Dubai opera house in 2016.

In 2008, Mr.Alkhodari received the second place in the 17th international singing competition during the Arabic music festival in Cairo, as the best Arabic improviser. In 2010, he won the 1st prize in Voices International Conference in Lebanon.

Rebal has performed with top international artists such as Catalan Grammy winner Jordi Savall, the only Arabic Grammy winner Fathy Salam, and the famous German band Sarband.  

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