Mohammad Al Mohsin is a dedicated music instructor with over a decade of experience in teaching Arabic music. He is rooted in a profound respect for cultural heritage and decolonization. Mohammad is a trailblazer in the field, blending a holistic teaching approach with a deep understanding of classical Arabic singing and music theory. He is an accomplished Oud performer and instructor, fostering an appreciation for Arabic music traditions while exploring the nuances of improvisation. Mohammad is passionate about nurturing students’ musical talents and promoting cultural understanding through music education.

He holds an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University, a BFA in Digital Arts from the University of Oregon, and has participated in various educational programs and online courses related to Arabic music. Mohammad has also been involved in numerous musical performances and group exhibitions, showcasing his talent as a performer and speaker.

In terms of experiences, Mohammad has over 13 years of teaching Classical Arabic Music, specializing in classical Arabic singing, Oud performance, and general music education. He has also worked as an art instructor, teaching assistant, and has been involved in various art-related projects and research.

Mohammad has received several scholarships and awards for his work, including the Curatorial Collective Program at Misk Art Institute, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Scholarship, and the Yale Interdisciplinary Art Award. He is a highly skilled and passionate individual dedicated to promoting Arabic music and cultural understanding through his work.