Kadim Al Sahir

Kadim Al Sahir – the Arabic singer & songwriter and recipient of such highly respected awards as the World Music Awards for Best Middle Eastern/North African Artist, Audience Award, the Jordan Awards for The Best Arabic Artist, and the Murex d’or for Lifetime Achievement Legend Award – will be live in Montreal.

Throughout his career of over 30 years, he has sold over 100 million albums, and performed live to millions across the globe, holding the audience in the palm of his hands. The true pan Arab international multi-talented, multi-award winning artist continues to romance the world with his music.He has performed at the prestigious MGM Grand in Las Vegas, USA, Royal Albert Hall in London, UK, Olympia in Paris, Circus Maximus in Rome, Italy, and Beiteddine & Byblos in Lebanon.

Born in Iraq in 1957, Kadim grew up fueled by passion for creativity. After exploring various forms of art including sculpting, painting, drawing, fashion, poetry, and others, he decided to specialize in music. Soon after he became a multi- instrumentalist, started composing his own music, and sometimes even writing and arranging them.

Kadim then after went on to re-define Arabic music with his genius compositions of Arabic poetry, especially that of legendary Syrian romantic poet Nizar Qabbani who hailed Kadim as “The Caesar of Arabic music”, and went on to build a groundbreaking, substantial and enormously popular body of work with huge hits including “Ini khayartoki” & “Zidini ishqan”, “Quolee ahibuka”, & “Ahibini”.

Kadim pioneered Arabic-International collaborations with various artists including Sarah Brightman on “The war is over”, Lenny Kravitz on “We want peace”, Paula Cole, One Giant Leap, TGU, & Quincy Jones & REDone on “Tomorrow”. Along with Italian Andrea Bocelli, and Spanish Julio Iglesias, Arabian Kadim Al Sahir is a “romantic world music legend”.

Kadim is the only true pan-Arab artist with an unmatched popularity with all types of Arabic people, reinforced by his recent appearance as the lead coach on the Arabic version of international TV hit show “The Voice”, produced by Sony TV and broadcasted on the biggest Arabic TV network MBC, with over 100 million viewers across the globe.

Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
Friday, April 1, 2022 at 8:00pm
To purchase your tickets visit: www.placedesarts.com