Carol Souki

Carol Souki is a Venezuelan-born eclectic singer/songwriter with Lebanese origins.
The minute you hear her voice, it becomes obvious to you that Carol embraces her multicultural backgrounds in her music.
She moved to Kuwait at the age of 10 where she discovered her passion for music.
Growing up, her main influences where the likes of Mariah Carey, Fairuz, Lara Fabian, Ella Fitzgerald, Jill Scott and Celia Cruz. Carol pursued her musical studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston where she completed a degree in Music Therapy and Vocal Performance.
Carol currently works in Kuwait within schools and as a private music instructor and has performed countless times around the region.
Invited to perform on several regional TV and radio stations, she is currently working on original material.
Carol has also received various awards such as the United Nations Peace Award and the Music and Peace Award from the Mayor of Kentucky, USA.
Additionally, Carol has shared the stage with Gloria Estephan, Rosa Pasos, Zade, Nawaf al Ghereibah, and Michel Fadel.