Ghada Shbeir is a graduate of the Holy Spirit University (USEK). She holds a PhD in Musical Sciences. She teaches oriental singing at the same university and is the director of the Oriental choir at Holy Spirit University (USEK).
She released several traditional Arabic albums entitled Moushahat, Qawaleb, Al- Qasida, Andalusia and numerous Syriac chants CDs such as Syriac Chants, Passion and Chants Syriaques – Noel, which were the result of a research concerning a version of more than 700 melodies of Maronite and Catholic Syriac chants.
In 1997, she was awarded the first prize at the Best Arabic Song Competition in Egypt. She was also awarded the BBC World Music Award for both the Middle East and North Africa for her Mouachahat album in 2007.
In addition to that, she won the first prize international award for the interpretation of Andalusian chants. Ghada Shbeir held many conferences, concerts and festivals all over the world.