Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Abdallah Harati grew up in São José dos Campos and since 2015, is established in Munich, Germany. At home, there wasn’t a single day that passed without the radio on or his mom singing. With his grandparents addicted to the traditional Brazilian music, he couldn’t escape. Uncles and cousins, some amateurs, other professional musicians, music quality was always a must. He started learning music since childhood. Flute, piano and finally the guitar. He has completed classical guitar studies, however the home influence of Choro, Seresta and Samba was very strong. At the College in Bauru (countryside of São Paulo, Brazil), he had several programs to his credit at the Radio UNESP and performed in several concerts. He had the pleasure to appear as the opening acts for famous artists such as Oswaldo Montenegro and Tom Zé. Awarded at the USP Music Festival in 1994 and 1995, he was already part of the Choro Club in São José dos Campos. He was definitely honoured to integrate one of the most amazing initiatives to propagate Choro in Brazil - Escola Portátil de Música, following his masters as Luciana Rabello, Maurício Carrilho, Pedro Amorim, Álvaro Carrilho and Celsinho Silva. He started to travel the world and spent some time at Berklee College of Music in Boston and then in Granada, Spain, at the Carmen de Las Cuevas. Abdallah travelled and lived in Latin America, US, Asia, Middle East, Africa and finally Europe.