|Born in Beirut on June 1, 1978 of Lebanese nationality.
Musician and composer.
Co-founder and member of Lebanese post-punk group Scrambled Eggs since 1998.
Founder of experimental music record label Those Kids Must Choke in 2004.
Active member of the Lebanese free improvisation scene and part of MILL(Musique Improvisee Libre au Liban) association since 2002
Member and co-founder of free improvisation group BAO trio, and the XEFM collective.
Member of the Lebanese free improvisation big ensemble, Moukhtabar Ensemble and performance and free improvisation collective, Grendizer Trio.
Also works under the monikers, La Chambre, an intimist electronic music project since 2001 and Kitano Home Ensemble, an electro acoustic project since 2003.
He has also collaborated with musicians and artists such as Michael Zerang, Gene Coleman, Justice Yeldham And The Dynamic Ribbon Machine, Jean Pallandre, Laurent Grappe, Tadahiko Yokogawa, Discipline, Stephane Rives, Mazen Kerbaj, Sharif Sehnaoui, David Stackenas, Christine Sehnaoui, Raed Yassin…
Haber’s work extends to the world of film and video art, as a solo artist, and with Scrambled Eggs, composing the soundtracks of films such as “A Perfect Day” and “Je Veux Voir” by directors Khalil Joreige and Joanna Hadji Thomas, “Jeunes et Innocents” and “Le Liban En Automne” by director Nadim Tabet and collaborating with video artists such as Lamia Joreige and Akram Zaatari.