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About Ahmed Radaydeh -

Radaydeh is a highly experienced and enthusiastic music composer and performer. He has been teaching both overseas and in Australia as a Music Teacher (Inter-Community School - Zurich, Switzerland and various Primary Schools in Melbourne) and Music Supervisor (Applied Science University, Jordan). Other than Cello and Guitar, Radaydeh`s musical expertise extends to the Oud (lute) and also Piano/Keyboard and percussion. In addition, he is a highly respected music educator and is associated with instrumental music teaching and music production with AMEPI - AUSTRALIAN MUSIC EDUCATION & PRODUCTION INSTITUTE. Most recently, he is contracted with the International Baccalaureate School in Amman, Jordan.

Radaydeh completed his Bachelor of Music degree with Honors at Yarmouk University, Jordan in 2003 and finished his Cello Diploma in Bern, Switzerland studying from Professor Ovejero Antonio in 2008. He completed his Masters of Music at Monash University in Melbourne specializing in Cello. He also holds a Diploma of Audio Production from Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Melbourne in 2009.

Radaydeh is the leader of the Cello section in the Dandenong Ranges Orchestra and also participates in various orchestras around Melbourne. For his compositional work, he has recently been granted a full membership with Melbourne Composers League MCL
In 2010, Radaydeh released his first solo instrumental enhanced CD, INFERNO, recorded at SoundPro Studios in Bern, Switzerland. You can watch some of his video instrumental compositions here:

In 1996, Radaydeh established the Jordanian Oriental Rock Band, ETHEREAL, with four other friends. "Ethereal was a famous oriental rock band early this decade, they were the first band in Jordan to have a large base of fans, their music was played on local radios. They ranked first when they presented Jordan in the Turkey's European youth festival in 1999."
To listen to some of ETHEREAL'S tracks, please visit