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Zade Dirani is a Jordanian-American pianist, composer, and producer. He is best known for his fusion of jazz, classical, and Middle Eastern music. He has released several albums, including his debut album, Zade, in 2002, and his most recent album, Beyond the Sky, in 2018. Dirani was born in Amman, Jordan, and began playing the piano at the age of four. He studied classical music at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and later studied jazz at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Dirani has performed with many renowned musicians, including Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, and Wynton Marsalis. He has also performed at many prestigious venues, including the Hollywood Bowl, the Kennedy Center, and the Royal Albert Hall. Dirani has won numerous awards, including the BBC Jazz Award for Best Instrumentalist in 2004, and the Jordanian National Music Award in 2006. As of 2021, Zade Dirani's net worth is estimated to be roughly $2 million.
|44 years old
|1 February, 1980
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In February 2020, Zade released his 8th album entitled Un Piano y Amigos, produced by Spanish hitmaker David Santisteban, and featuring vocal collaborations with some of Spain's top artists including India Martinez, David DeMaria, Pitingo, Ana Mena, Eva Ruiz, Lerica, Lorena Gomez, Soraya, and Paula Rojo.
Zade was appointed UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for the Middle East and North Africa in August 2016. With UNICEF, he performed at Al Zaatari Refugee camp in Jordan which later inspired the creation of "Musiqati", the world's first music therapy program designed specifically for children in refugee camps. The programme helps Syrian refugee children cope with trauma and loss by making music, while also enhancing their skills to communicate and express themselves, and group cooperation.
Filmed at one of the oldest Roman Amphitheaters in the world in Amman, Jordan, One Night In Jordan: A Concert For Peace is a concert performance from Zade. Accompanied by musicians from over 40 nations, including London's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and the London Voices. The album was released on February 9, 2010 by ZD Records and distributed by EMI. The concert DVD was released on March 9, 2010 by ZD Records and distributed by EMI. The concert was aired on PBS stations in 2010 and 2011.
Zade was invited by King Abdullah and Queen Rania of Jordan to join them on the official state visit to the United Kingdom where he performed before Queen Elizabeth and the British royal family in London. In May 2005, Zade performed at the Library of Congress in Washington DC in celebration of Jordan's National Day by invitation from the Jordanian Ambassador to the United States. He also was invited to perform at the World Economic Forum Extraordinaire 2003 in Jordan. Zade has graced the stage at a tribute to President Nelson Mandela organized by the United Nations Foundation and the Mosaic Foundation in Washington, DC. Other distinctive appearances include "Exploring Jordan" held at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC.
The concert tour featured compositions from Zade's three recordings which include his latest CD, Beautiful World released May 2, inspired by his Middle Eastern heritage. His second CD, Roads to You, was released in June 2004 in the United States featuring Arabic and Latin influences performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir. One of the cuts from the CD, titled Kingdom of Peace, was featured at the 2006 Winter Olympics as the Japanese Female Figure Skating Team competed to this song. That song, and the Roads to You CD is the collective effort of more than one hundred musicians from different parts of the world, and was recorded in Miami, Beirut, Prague, and Los Angeles. Roads to You remained on the Billboard Charts more than 20 weeks. His debut CD, self-titled Zade, was released in April 2003, and featured a host of guest musicians from the Middle East and the United States including Charlie Bisharat on Violin, Chris Chaney on Bass (Alanis Morissette, Jane's Addiction), Gabriel Gordon on electric guitar (Natalie Merchant), and Imane Houmsey on Kanoon (Fairouz, Julia Boutros). The album remained on the Billboard Charts for 13 weeks. The CD was supported with performances worldwide, and an extensive "house concert tour" in the U.S.
In October 2004, Zade was awarded the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee's Distinguished Achievements Award for his work that promotes global understanding through the arts. He has also received The Jordanian Ministry of Education Award for the Arts and The Arab-American Music, Art, and Literature (AMAL) Award.
Zade Dirani (Arabic: زيد ديراني, born in 1980), is a Jordanian pianist, composer, and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for the Middle East and North Africa, whose genre blending songs are inspired by Arabic, Latin, pop, and classical music. He has performed before thousands around the world including Queen Elizabeth, Nelson Mandela, amongst others.