NDU Choir

The Notre-Dame University Choir - Louaizé was first formed in October of 1993 under the direction of Reverend Fr. Khalil Rahme, a Mariamite monk, and with the encouragement and support of the Maronite Mariamite Order.

The choir is formed of a number of professionals as well as students of the School of Music. The NDU Choir won the Gold Medal and the Audience’s First Prize-Adult Category in the Third International Choirs Competition held in Laval, Quebec 2007.


Mass of the Holy Pope - Beirut, Baalbek Festivals, Bustan Festival, Grand Serail, Beiteddine Festival,
UNIFIL (ITALAIR), Geita Grotto.

The Pahntheon & the International Loreto Festival, Basilica San Pietro In Vincoli, Roma, Ubrino, Bari, Consenza, Cathedral Santa maria Maggiore, Castel Gandolfo.

Paris, Lyon, Aix-en-Provence, Nice, Toulon, Marseille, Arles, Avignon, Gap, Nantes, Lisieux, Lourdes.

Frere de la Salle Amman, Jarash, Royal Cultural Center.

Opera of damascus


Los Angeles, Detroit, Boston, New York: Manhattan (Carnegie Hall), Broadway.

Mondial Choral Loto-Quebec Laval.



1998 : Socrates composed by Mr. Mansour Rahbani.
2000 : Saul of Tarsus composed by Mr. Naji Hakim.
2000 : Mouachahat, Mr. Marcel Khalifeh.
2000 : The Maronite Mass, composed by Mr. Mansour Rahbani.
2000 : Song of Songs composed by Zad Moultaka.
2001 : The Gospel of St. John: composed by Mr. Abed Azarieh, arranged by Mr. Benoit Urbain.
2003 : The Maronite Requiem by Abbot Francois Eid, arranged by Mr. Benoit Urbain.
2006 : Opera Abu Hassan, composed by Carl Maria Von Weber.
2007 : Reqiuem Flamenco, composed by Paco Pena.
2009 : Missa In Tempore Belli (Paukenmass) by Joseph Haydn.
2009 : Ahmad Al-Arabi by marcel Khalife.
2010 : Mess di Gloria by Giacomo Puccini.

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