Zeina Barhoum is an award winning Opera singer and UNWFP Advocate. In 2017, she founded Amman Opera Festival, the first Opera focused festival in the Arab World under the Patronage of HRH Princess Muna Al Hussein.
She performed on some of the world’s most prestigious stages and venues including the Kensington Palace, The Hofburg Palace, Cadogan Hall, The UNESCO Paris, The Rimini Opera and Campidoglio in Italy, Austria, the UK, France, Ukraine, China, Jordan, UAE and Lebanon with renowned artists, including Italian Baritone and tutor Walter Alberti, Roberto Alagna who is the acclaimed successor of Pavarotti and Andrea Bocelli.
She represented Jordan amongst 6 continents in World Opera Day on the 25th of October 2020 in collaboration with Opera for Peace and UNESCO and represented Jordan as well in the classical music and pop genres in the Sound of the Xity Festival with over 30 countries organised by the Government of the People’s Republic of China.
She launched the Alcantara album series with the message of Bridging Cultures through music in a variety of languages.
She will be releasing her first pop album, Wings of Love, in 2022, which she wrote during the pandemic.