Having obtained a diploma from the Higher Institute of Music of Damascus in 2003, Moslem Rahal chose to specialise in the Ney technique. A soloist in the National Symphonic Orchestra of Syria and member of the National Arab Music Group, he became a Ney professor at the Higher Institute of Music of Damascus and at the “Music College” University of Homs. Moslem Rahal is the founder and director of Shams Ensemble Group. He took part in the Arabic scientific of Music in favour of the development of Ney and took part in the International Gatherings of Ney players for the 25th Jerash Festival.
With the Symphonic Orchestra of Syria, he gave many concerts under the direction of Master Misak Bagboderian and in the Arab world under the direction of Master Soulhi al-Wadj, as well as with the National Arab Music Group. As a specialist of his instrument, Moslem Rahal wrote a chapter for Professor Victor Babinco’s Musical Dictionary. In addition to his activity as a musician, he is also a Ney and Kawala conductor. Through his musical research works and many joint projects with European artists, Moslem Rahal is a key figure in interpreting oriental music at the heart of occidental interpretation.