Samir Joubran was born in Nazareth (Israel), son of a renowned oud luthier and a singer. He began playing the oud at the age of 5 years and at 9 began his studies at the Music Institute of Nazareth. Also graduated from Mohamed Abdul Wahab Conservatory in Cairo.
According to himself, his music is inspired by the legacy and the Palestinian dream of a peaceful Palestinian state. Hi is one of the most talented Arab oudists, but ironically is forbidden to play on most of the Arab world because its condition of Israeli citizen.
In 2003 he began playing with his brother Wissam Joubran, and they released the album "Tamaas" in the same year, considered a masterpiece arising out of innate talent, deep knowledge of the oud and improvisational ability of the two brothers. Wissam also inherited his father's profession, and is the first luthier of Arab origin in joining the Andoni Stradivari Institute in Italy.
Adnan Joubran joined his two brothers in 2004 to form "Le trio Joubran" and published the album "Radan"in March 2005. Adnan made his debut with his brothers in Paris at the age of 15 years (currently 18) and is regarded as a prodigy by them.
Together they have captured the ears of Western Europe, also have traveled around the world with his music. They have also starred in the documentary "Improvisation" (Raed Andoni, 2005), which tells how the two older brothers teach the small Adnan for his debut with them in Paris, immersing us in the daily life of this unique and marvelous family, Joubran.