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Zuhal Sultan was born on 18 July, 1991 in Baghdad, Iraq. At 29 years old, Zuhal Sultan height not available right now. We will update Zuhal Sultan's height soon as possible.

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Zuhal Sultan Age 31 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 18 July 1991
Birthday 18 July
Birthplace Baghdad, Iraq
Nationality Iraq

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In 2015 Zuhal was named the Euphrates Institute's Visionary of the Year. She gave a speaking tour across the US and did a number of interviews including NPR and St. Louis public radio.


Zuhal was chosen as a British Council Global Changemaker in 2008, and was then invited to become a peer facilitator for their 4th Global Youth Summit in 2009. She was involved with UNICEF and UNESCO in raising awareness through concerts, speeches and media interviews on Iraqi culture as well as Iraqi children's rights and education. Zuhal was a keynote speaker at FairSay's eCampaiging forum in 2009 held at Oxford University. She also served as a Global Youth Ambassador for the New York-based charity Musicians For Harmony.she also was the closest friend of Mr.Rekawt Omar Karim in Iraqi Kurdistan Halabja city. She has also participated at the World Economic Forum's Special Meeting on Economic Growth and Job Creation in the Arab World, held at the Dead Sea, Jordan, 21–23 October 2011.

Zuhal was named UNESCO's Young Artist for Intercultural Dialogue between the Arab and Western Worlds in a ceremony held in Spring of 2011 at UNESCO's headquarters in Paris. She has received nominations for the Rolex Awards: Young Laureates Programme and Clarins Most Dynamisante Woman of 2010.


In 2008, she was chosen by Channel 4 and Raw T.V. for their web-based programme Battlefront to campaign for establishing the first National Youth Orchestra of Iraq. Along with Scottish conductor Paul MacAlindin and Musicians For Harmony's artistic director Allegra Klein, she formed the orchestra with the help of the British Council and the then Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq Barham Salih, whom she contacted through Twitter. The orchestra's debut was in August 2009 in the Kurdish city Al Suleimanya. The orchestra then performed in the Kurdish city of Erbil in 2010. Planning is underway are for a follow-up academy in 2011.


Zuhal Sultan (Arabic: زحل سلطان ‎; born 1991 in Baghdad, Iraq) is an Iraqi pianist and activist. She founded the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq at the age of 17.

Born in Baghdad, Iraq, in July 1991, Zuhal Sultan is the youngest of a scientific family of two boys and two girls. Both of her parents obtained their Ph.D degrees in natural sciences from universities in the United Kingdom. She started piano studies at the age of six with the help of a private tutor, then she auditioned to join the Music and Ballet School of Baghdad at the age of 9. After the departure from Iraq of many artists and intellectuals as a result of the 2003 Iraq War, Zuhal was left without a piano teacher. She therefore taught herself, as well as the younger students in her piano class. Despite all these difficulties, Zuhal has performed concerts both at home and abroad, including Jordan, France, Switzerland and at the Wigmore Hall, and at the Royal Festival Hall in London as a member of the Leonard Bernstein Mass orchestra.