Nour KDN, female multi- percussionist, with a dedication to merging the styles of Middle Eastern and flamenco rhythms. began her journey as a musician in 2011 in her home country of Syria, and has since then refined her technique by performing in Lebanon and Toronto.
Among the instrument that Nour plays is Riq , Darbukas, Cajon , and Frame drums
Nour’s passion for music extends beyond her performances, she is also the founder of Music from Hope Collective, which uses music as a therapeutic activity for individuals who have been affected by conflict and displacement. The collective aims to promote healing and hope through music, and Nour’s expertise and experience in percussion have been invaluable in the collective’s mission.
Her Most recent project is production and percussion-design of Tarek Ghriri’s first album “Refugee in the Sea”, which speaks about the personal and Syrian struggles. The album has seven original songs, blending between Arabic, Indian and flamenco styles, and produced in Toronto with the support of Canada Arts Council and Ontario Arts council

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