Palestinian composer and pianist Faraj Suleiman combines the Arab rhythms and melodies of his childhood with jazz and tango. He first touched a piano at the age of three, and he played his first concert when he was only five. Following classical training, this musical genius explored new ways of combining his many eastern and western influences, whether in solo piano pieces, quartets, accompanied by a female choir or accompanied by an orchestra. In 2014, Faraj Suleiman added poetry to his music, integrating texts by Arab authors such as Taha Muhammad Ali. A dreamlike journey awaits the public in the Montreux Jazz Club this summer.