Fairuz, along with the Rahbani family, changed the landscape of modern Arabic music. Her velvety voice along with their innovation created a legacy that is musical, literary, nationalistic, cultural, and political. The Baalbeck stage, that had launched its brightest star, became the site for the complex musical expressions that Fairuz would deliver through many theatrical plays. These plays reflected the modernization of Lebanon, its folkloric heritage, and the political landscape of the time intertwined with the softer themes of nostalgic village life, unrequited love, and memories of times past. Fairuz’s theatrical performances have become unparalleled time capsules that embody a historical heritage and a cultural renaissance, as well as a wealth of musical innovation.

Who could have imagined that Fairuz’s legacy would parallel that of the historical setting where she took the stage for the first time? The ancient Gods of Baalbeck; Bacchus – God of wine and nature; Jupiter – The supreme God; and Venus – Goddess of love and beauty; and the musical revolution that Fairuz inspired with its own temples of voice, lyric, and music! Fairuz is not only our Ambassador to the Stars, but a reminder that greatness touches even the most ordinary of us.
  
2006 - Sah Ennoam
• BIEL (Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center), Beirut
1977 - Petra
• Amman Roman Amphitheater
• Damascus International Festival
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
• Casino du Liban
1975 - Mais Elreem
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
• Damascus International Festival
1974 - Loulou
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
• Damascus International Festival
1973 - Qasidet Hub
• Baalbeck International Festival
• Damascus International Festival
  - Al Mahatta
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
• Damascus International Festival
1972 - Naturet Elmafateeh
• Baalbeck International Festival
• Damascus International Festival
1971 - Nas min Wara’
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
• Damascus International Festival
  - Sah Ennoam
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
1970 - Sah Ennoam
• Damascus International Festival
  - Ya’eesh Ya’eesh
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
1969 - Jibal Essuwwan
• Baalbeck International Festival
• Damascus International Festival
  - Ashakhs
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
1968 - Ashakhs
• Damascus International Festival
1967 - Hala wal Malik
• Piccadilly Theatre, Beirut
• Damascus International Festival
• Cedar’s Festival, Lebanon
1966 - Ayyam Fakhreddine
• Baalbeck International Festival
1964 - Biyya’ Elkhawatem
• Cedar’s Festival, Lebanon
1963 - Alleil wal Qandeel
• Casino du Liban
• Damascus International Festival
1962 - ‘Awdet El’askar
• Le Capitole Theatre, Beirut
  - Jisr Elqamar
• Baalbeck International Festival
1961 - Al Ba’albakiyyeh
• Baalbeck International Festival
1959 - Al’urs Fil Qarya
• Baalbeck International Festival
1957 - Ayam Alhassad
• Baalbeck International Festival
 
 
 
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