Born in 1978 in Beirut, Patrick Fayad began his piano studies at the age of 15. He took classes for three years under the teaching of Alice Attalah Chemali, later with Nawal Chaghouri at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, then in 2004 he joined the class of Germaine Monnier and France Clidat at the Normal School of Music in Paris. He continued his training in 2012 at the International Conservatory of Paris with Danièle Laval and unanimously obtained three prestigious awards, the first prizes for perfection and excellence, as well as the Grand Prix for Piano. Meanwhile, he is perfecting himself at the "Musical Discovery" Academy in Switzerland with Kostantín Scherbakov, currently he is a tenured professor at the Félix T. Garzón Superior Conservatory of Music of the Provincial University of Córdoba. of Belonging Music. He has seen master classes with Hamish Milne, known for his Medtner recordings.
Parallel to his musical career, Patrick Fayad is completing an MBA in Cultural Management at the School of Arts and Culture in Pari. The theme of the thesis revolves around the programming of a musical season in a museum. Patrick Fayad's repertoire is varied and ranges from Bach, Schubert Beethoven, Liszt Rachmaninov to Debussy Schoenberg and Dalla Piccola. In 2011, he recorded his first album at CIRC, performing Rachmaninov's Moments Musicaux and Beethoven's "Clair de lune" Sonata.
Patrick Fayad has played in Switzerland, France, Italy, Austria, Hungary and Lebanon. He joined the "American Art Festival" and "YES Academy" in 2014 AND 2015, and in 2015 and 2016 he chaired the piano competition at the University of Notre Dame de Louaize and offers master classes at different music institutions. Since July 2016, Patrick Fayad has been the Steinway artist.