Bank of Palestine provided its support for the production of the music album “Second Verse,” which was recently launched by the Palestinian artist Faraj Sulaiman. The bank’s support stems from its contribution to Palestinian artistic and cultural productions and the enrichment of the Palestinian cultural arena with works that reflect Palestinian culture and civilization.

Faraj Sulaiman is a Palestinian composer and pianist who started playing the piano at the age of three. During his artistic career, he performed original tunes inspired by Arabic melodies and oriental rhythms, and was influenced by tango and jazz. Sulaiman also composed music for movies and theater and performed vocal excerpts during his concerts.   

Sulaiman’s album “Second Verse” is his first vocal album that contains 10 songs, which were produced with assistance and support from Faraj Sulaiman’s fans, Qattan Foundation and Bank of Palestine. The album was performed during several concerts that took place in Ramallah, Jerusalem, Amman and Haifa, in the presence of crowds of people from followers, artists, journalists, media figures and art critics.

Faraj Sulaiman praised Bank of Palestine’s generous and continuous support for Palestinian art, and thanked the bank for contributing to the development of Palestinian art and culture, supporting Palestinian innovators and artists, and promoting their presence on a local and international level.