Naser Musa

Naser Musa

is recognized by critics of Middle Eastern music as a talented singer, a gifted songwriter, an Oud virtuoso, a valued composer, and a versatile studio musician. A Jordanian of a Palestinian decent and after emigrating to the USA¬†Naser Musa has composed, arranged, and recorded numerous projects in the Middle East and in the United States. His recording, among others, include Khaliji, Christmas and Beyond, and the soundtrack for the IMAX film Arabia. Naser has recorded with Shakira, Beyonce, Michael Sembello, Youssou N’Dour, Niyaz and Dr. A. J. Racy among others. Naser’s Oud was heard on the Grammy award winner soundtrack of the film "The Passion of the Christ" by director Mel Gibson. And in the score of The Dictator, The Passage, Five Fingers, You Do not mess with the Zohan and Body of Lies. An active and sought after performer, Naser has performed at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Hollywood Bowl, the United Nations and Chicago’s Symphony Hall to name a few. The Washington Post described his compositions as “stirring”; the Beirut Times described him as one of the most versatile vocalists and Oud masters of the Middle East; and the Al Qabas newspaper of Kuwait described him as a talented songwriter with a soothing voice that touches the heart.