|Birth name Anton George Qattan|
Years active 2005–present
Also known as Toni Qattan
Name Toni Qattan
|Origin Jordan, Palestine|
Role Singer · toniqattan.net
Instruments Vocal, Piano, Guitar
Spouse Dana Abu Khader (m. 2011)
|Born 11 August 1985 (age 30) Jerusalem (1985-08-11) |
Occupation(s) Singer, composer, song writer
Albums Malaksh Zai, Best Collection
Genres Arabic pop music, Dance music, Folk dance, Latin pop
Similar People Omar Al‑Abdallat, Salma Ghazali, Ammar Hassan, Nassif Zeytoun, Melhem Zein
طوني قطان - مزبط حالي معها 2018 / Toni Qattan - Mzabat Hali Ma'a
Toni Qattan, (Arabic: طوني قطان;) is a Jordanian singer from Palestinian origins, hails from the town of Beit Jala, he was born in August 11, 1985 in Jerusalem, his musical talent was born with him, where, in the age of eight, he began learning to play guitar In addition to piano, and then he studied composing and singing, also he holds a bachelor's degree in Business Management from the University of Applied Science in Amman.
- 2018 Toni Qattan Mzabat Hali Maa
- Toni Qattan Maghroum
- Concerts and shows
- Personal life
Toni Qattan is the first Jordanian artist, who has spread in the Arab world without subscriping in hobbyists programs, and is the first to produce songs of his own and filmed a music video, which later became a role model for many artists in Jordan who were encouraged to produce songs of their own after they were confined to singing patriotic songs or renewal of the old songs.
Toni Qattan - Maghroum | طوني قطان - مغروم
Toni Qattan was born in a middle-class family, and despite the fact that his father works a civil engineer, but he was interested in music dramatically, and was interested in Toni's singing talent since childhood, where he brings to him professors, specialists in singing and strumming, Toni learned since his childhood playing the Oud and then moved to learning guitar and piano, as well as study Andalusian singing and old classic songs by professionals.
Toni Qattan joined University of Applied Sciences in Amman in 2003, where he wanted to study civil engineering like his father, but that during the first year of his undergraduate studies, he met the poet Omar Sari and arranger Khalid Mustafa, where he cooperated with them in the production of songs of his own, and here began his career professionalism, as he changed his study and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration rather than engineering.
Toni Qattan started professional singing in 2005 where he presented a number of musical works:
In 2005, he released a single titled (Awedteni Sahar Allayali "I am used to the sleepless nights") of Bilal Alsurri words and music by Toni Qattan, arrangement by Khaled Khawaldeh and it was filmed as a music video with the director Bilal Alsurri in the Luweibdeh - Jordan.
In 2006, he released 2 singles: (Men Dounek "without you") lyrics and composed by Toni Qattan arranger Khalid Mustafa was filmed in the area Ballouneh north of Beirut with director Hani Khashfe. (Eyouni Sehrani "My eyes are awake") of Shady Farah words and music by Greek composer Phebus and arrangement by Roger Abi Akl and was filmed with director Hani Khashfe in the Chouf region in Lebanon.
In 2007, he released a single named (Eb'id O Rouh "Go away and leave me") written and composed by Bilal Alsurri and arranger Wissam Ghazzawi, it was filmed in the old bus garage in Beirut Lebanon.
In 2008, he released his first album produced by radio Fann and Mazzika productions, in the month of April titled (Malakshi Zai "No one is like you") contains 10 tracks in cooperation with the poet Omar Sari and Bilal Alsurri and Abu Zaid Hassan and some of the songs were written by Toni himself, the music was all created by Toni Qattan and arrangement by Khalid Mustafa and Khaled Khawaldeh, "Malakshi Zai" song was filmed as a music video by the director Jad Sawaya in the Batroun - Lebanon. He also Released in October of the same year, a single song entitled "Ahlef Yamin (I swear)", lyrics by the poet Omar Sari, composed and arranged by Toni Qattan.
2009 Toni Qattan released a song titled "Palestine will be Back" written and composed by Toni himself during the war in Gaza in January 2009. In June of the same year Toni was chosen to compose and sing a song named "Ahl Alhimmeh" the official song for initiative of Queen Rania, which came on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of King Abdullah II constitutional powers, with the participation of the artist Omar Abdullat.
He released a single in March 2010 titled "Maghroum" written and composed by Toni Qattan and music arrangement by Haytham Kawar, it was filmed as a music video by Lebanese director Marc Karam. He also released a single song in October of the same year titled "Rouhi O Rohek" written, composed and arranged by Wael Cherkaoui.
In 2011, he released a single song titled "Law Maktoub Alaya" written, composed and arranged by Toni Qattan himself, a song talking about his suffering with the disease and express his feelings at the beginning of knowledge of his illness.
He released a single in February 2012 entitled "Afa Ya Ghali," a Gulf dialect song from the words of the poet Omar Sari and composed and arranged by Toni Qattan. He also issued a single in May of the same year titled "Alwaed" written, composed and arranged by Wael Cherkaoui. In July of the same year Toni released another hit single entitled "Gahotko Mashrouba" a Jordanian dialect song lyrics and music and arrangement by Ali Khair.
In February 2013, he released a music video for his famous song "Afa Ya Ghali", which was filmed in Amman by director Rawhi Lotfi. In May of the same year, he released a single song entitled "Einha Alaya" Lyrics by Abdul Rahman Asim and composed by Karim Ashour and arranged by Mansi, which has been recorded in Cairo - Egypt.
Concerts and shows
Toni Qattan participated in many festivals and concerts such as:
He also performed a large number of concerts and festivals in Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, Qatar, Malaysia and other countries.
Toni Qattan is the eldest son in his family and has one brother and one sister, he also got married to the Jordanian media and television presenter Dana Abu Khader on 14 September 2011 with a huge ceremony in Amman attended by a number of media and diplomatic public figures in Jordan.
Arabic press sources announced in 2010 that Toni Qattan is suffering from cirrhosis of the liver, where doctors said it was the result of organic autoimmune chronic disease possible to be born with called Primary Schlorising Colongites, which do not show symptoms, but in the final stages, which becomes the patient needs to replace his damaged liver through liver transplantation, where there is no other treatment for this disease than a liver transplant. The same sources said that Queen Rania Al-Abdullah of Jordan ensured Qattan treatment at the King Hussein Medical City in Amman, but Qattan is still waiting for a liver donor for the operation. Confirmed news that Toni Qattan had a liver transplant operation on 26 April 2014 in Niguarda Hospital in Milan in Italy, and he is doing very well and in good health and he went back to his music and career.