Hailed as an 'incredible artist' by the legendary Hans Zimmer, Suad is a musically multilingual Arab-Canadian composer of Bosnian, Syrian, and Palestinian heritage whose music has been described as 'reflective and touching' (BBC The Arts Hour). She was nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award (HMMA) for her piece 'The Road to Jenin', and won a Global Music Awards Silver Medal. She is currently a composer in residence at the prestigious Canadian Film Centre. Suad composed film scores that earned critical acclaim for a number of award-winning filmmakers with screenings at the Dubai, Beverly Hills, Hot Docs, & Edinburgh International Film Festivals to name a few. Her orchestral music has been performed by the Vermont Symphony (USA), the Vergara Symphony (Basque/Spain), the Lüneburg Orchestra (Germany), the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings (USA), and the Syrian Expat Philharmonic at Konzerthaus Berlin, Elbphilharmonie, & the BOZAR with the National Orchestra of Belgium.
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What emotions go through a migrant’s heart as they realize they are alone, far away from home? The amount of courage it takes to open their heart to a new life, find new love is unfathomable, yet it's possible when strangers extend a hand amidst the affliction of having lost everything. They are Born Today, on the day they face their new life with new fears and dreams. This song is a cry for help that is full of hope and trust in the human spirit of love, compassion and empathy.