Excerpts from different papers

In the Press

La Presse

Montreal, June 1997

William Nassar's music and songs are clear expression of his rejection to all kinds of oppression.
William Nassar's lyrics, which he translates before delivering it to the audience, shake our cold feelings and make them warm.
William Nassar is a dreamer of a better world despite of the surrounded ugliness. However, his dreams will become true, one day.

- Natalie Boisson -


The Spark

Serbia, October 1999

When William Nassar talks about Palestine and Palestinian refugees, you feel that his words come out from the heart, weakened by love for Palestine and its people.
Through his words you can smell the scent of the Palestinian women.

- George Rodonski -


La Liberte

Quebec, April 1994

I am not going to write today about the music, rather, I shall write about the person who composed the music and carried it beyond his Lebanese and Arab borders.
Above all, I would like to write about the event itself. It was a very special concert we are going to remember with a great feelings.
Thank you William Nassar for being Canadian

- Sophie Bouchard -


Al Hadaf Magazine

Damascus, January 1989

In his new release Bokra "Tomorrow", the music comes calm and warm, far from the noise and the heavy rhythms that distinguished the political songs.
William Nassar is a warm voice from a country still capable of practicing joy and happiness despite the ruins.

- Ali Al Kurdi -


Al Horreya Magazine

Palestine, May 2009

William Nassar succeeded in mixing the western orchestra and oriental instruments, however, from a musical point of view, the value of the success relies only, and only on the performance.
It looks like the music is more effective than poltics.

- Hilal Noury -

Soon .. New Release

Composer: William Nassar

Label: Draw me a Homeland

Country: Canada & Lebanon

Genre: Humaine,Protest

Language: Various

Format: CD Album

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