Hailing from Palestine, Le Trio Joubran is a group of musicians whose artistry has garnered international acclaim.
Le Trio Joubran, comprised of three brothers hailing from a family with a rich lineage of ‘Oud’ makers and players spanning four generations, have forged an extraordinary path in the world of music. Samir, Wissam, and Adnan have transformed the ‘Oud,’ an ancient stringed instrument, into their life’s passion and a profound skill.
Hailing from Palestine, Le Trio Joubran is a group of musicians whose artistry has garnered international acclaim. They have been commissioned to compose music for various renowned films, including The Last Fly, Karim Dridi 2009, Miral (Julian Schnabel, 2010), Five Broken Cameras (Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi, 2011), and The Messenger of God (Majid Majidi, 2015). Their remarkable talent has earned them numerous nominations and awards, such as the Best Music Award at the Dubai International Film Festival in 2009 and 2012, and the Grand Prix de la Semaine de la Critique at Cannes in 2009.
Recognized for their outstanding contributions to the world of music, Le Trio Joubran has received prestigious accolades. In 2013, they were honored with the Artistic Creativity Award by the Arab Thought Foundation in Beirut for their remarkable career. The Palestinian National Authority also acknowledged their exceptional achievements with the Order of Merit and Excellence in 2013. Furthermore, they were bestowed the Zyriab Award of Virtuosity at the International Lute Festival, a UNESCO-affiliated event held in Tetouan in 2016.
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