More About Me
Réya Wahab is a composer, conductor, and violinist from Beirut, Lebanon. She is best known for her incorporation and blend of different cultures in her music. Réya’s first piece, Debris, was premiered in the multi-media concert series (2016) by Dr. Martín Loyato at the Irwin theatre in Beirut, Lebanon. Réya also orchestrated and arranged for multi Grammy award-winning drummer, producer, and educator, Teri Lynne Carrington. The piece, Geri Rigged, was a tribute to the late Geri Allen and was performed by the Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra in 2018. Réya was also commissioned to write pieces for various ensembles, one of which is Fragmented Memories, a piece that was written for the Sounds of the World ensemble at the Cambridge School of Weston. Réya’s most recent premier is her orchestral work “October 17 rises” which is a tribute to the Lebanese revolution that erupted in October 17, 2019.
Selected Film Works
The thing I like to do the most and the field in which I currently specialize in.
I write for various sized ensembles of all different genres.
Besides writing and performing, I am also a conductor for both film and concert music.
Need a violinist in your ensemble? Or violin recorded for your track? I play various styles and can record remotely.
Réya is unique in terms of her composition and arranging skills
An invaluable asset to the field of World music!
Réya is an entirely original and highly influential musical artist