Zad Moultaka

Zad Moultaka (born 1967) is a Lebanese composer, pianist and visual artist. He attended the Conservatoire de Paris and has played at the Baalbeck International Festival. He worked with Fadia Tomb El-Hage in his 2009 album Visions.[1]. Moultaka developed a visual practice and, in 2017, was the artist of the pavilion of Lebanon at the Venice Biennale with ŠamaŠ (Sun Dark Sun), a project combining musical composition and architectural intervention.[2]

Zad Moultaka
Occupation(s)Pianist, composer


  • Hachô dyôldat Alôhô - La Passion selon Marie (passion in Syriac)

As composer-performer;

  • Anashid (2001)
  • Zarani, with soprano Fadia Tomb el-Hage (2003)
  • Zarani Mouwashahs avec Piano (2004)
  • Visions with soprano Fadia Tomb el-Hage (2009)
  • Où en est la nuit 2014
As pianist
  • Mirages, Chimères... Musique de Gabriel Fauré, Philippe Balloy baritone with Zad Moultaka piano


Solo Exhibitions

Group Exhibitions

  • Cycles Of Collapsing Progress, curated by Karina El Helou and Anissa Touati, Rashid Karami International Fair, Tripoli, Lebanon[4]


  1. "Zad Moultaka launches his new CD in Beirut". Incognito. 25 February 2009. Retrieved 30 May 2010.
  2. "ŠamaŠ, Soleil Noir Soleil". Pavilion of Lebanon. 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  3. "Biennale Arte 2017 National Participations". La Biennale di Venezia. 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  4. "Cycles Of Collapsing Progress". Studiocur Art. 2018. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
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