Reine Atallah Saad
Reine Atallah Saad, born in Lebanon, grew up listening to Oriental and Occidental Music, influenced by artists from Fairuz and Wadih El Safi to Edith Piaf and Stevie Wonder. Reine started singing in her Church choir at the age of 14, falling in love with music; she started writing Church hymns communicating with her Creator.
Studying Oriental and Classic Singing parallel to her degree, singing at Weddings and big events with many Lebanese musicians inside and outside her country, she was enriched by learning different styles and languages and is well known for her musical crossover especially between Latin and Oriental, performing in different languages.
Moving to South Africa In 2011, Reine was welcomed with open arms into both the Lebanese Church and Lebanese community in Johannesburg, forging her commitment to her Church’s choir, making her integration in SA much easier and more pleasant.