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  • Program: Performing Arts

  • Position: Instructor of Music

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  • Courses taught: PFA 212 Survey of Middle Eastern Music

  • Degrees: MA in Music Theory

Fadi Kallab began at the age of six studying piano at the National Conservatory of Music with Professors Leila Aouad, Nadine Soumrani to graduate afterwards with a BA in piano in the class of Professor Tatiana Primak. In parallel, the classes of Solfeggio, Harmony, Analysis and Counterpoint he attended with the Lebanese composer professor Toufic Succar were crowned in 2010 with an MA in Music Theory. In 2012, he completed a Master Certificate in Arranging and Orchestration with Berklee College of Music (USA), with special emphasis on film music. Today, he is a member of the music theory committee in charge of designing various music theory courses curricula and gives classes of Harmony and Analysis at the National Conservatory of music and teaches a music appreciation class at the Lebanese American University (LAU) as well as being the piano accompanist of the LAU choir. He has also composed various works for orchestra, voice and composed music for several short films.”