Thank you for visiting our music page. Here you find a sneak peak into Drs. Ghazi & Firas Mikdashi's music. Different, unique, and satisfying every mood, you will find these melodies on Spotify, Apple Music, iHeart Radio, Pandora, YouTube, and many other streaming services and apps.
The newest release from Ghazi Mikdashi. An album that pays tribute to traditional and classical Arabic Tarab music delivered using modern sounds.
Now you can listen to it on your favorite music streaming service. Here is the Spotify link.
Different, uplifting, and joyful.
A beautiful calming melody that let's you meditate in appreciation of the universe we live in. It presents Ghazi Mikdashi's vision of an alien youngster exploring the universe as he discovers that our world is not so different from his own.
Arabic Quartets is a compilation of 5 amazing pieces of music originally made for 4 instruments. A mix of classic and new, Middle Eastern and Western sounds, make you embrace the world that is us.
This album is one of the newer works of Dr. Ghazi Mikdashi. It takes you on a journey through the desert where nothing is what it seems. The sands are alive. There is a flower in the distance. There is a better place you long to go to. A farmer deserves a recognition.
A beautiful classical piano score based on the style of Fugue, mastered by J. S. Bach. In Memory of Fugue was one of the earliest musical works of Ghazi Mikdashi, Ph.D.
Have you ever listened to a small bird singing as he jumps from branch to branch on a tree close to you? Have you listened to a butterfly emerging from a chrysalis? Have you really listened?
This album is a compilation of a classical song by Mikdashi re-edited to be a masterpiece, a new daring complex tune which challenges the darkest side of our world to stand up for piece and freedom, and a beautiful melody reminiscent of Sinbad as he sails through a turbulent sea.
Firas Mikdashi's first ever album is a set of two small pieces of music inspired by love. The love of a person you choose to be your partner for life, and the love of city you have left behind, and yet long to come back to.