Farrah El Dibany was born in 1989 in Alexandria. She joined the Arts Center - Bibliotheca Alexandrina in 2005. She won the first prize in the singing competition of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Culture in 2007 and the second prize in the Jungend Musiziert competition in 2008.She moved to Germany in 2010. Farrah graduated from the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin in 2014 and obtained a Bachelor's degree in Operatic singing and obtained a Master's degree, the highest qualification in Opera. Additionally, she received a Bachelor's degree in Architecture from the Technical University of Berlin and then a Master's degree.

She got the role of ‘Carmen’, which she performed at the German opera house “Neuköllner Oper Berlin” and joined the Paris Opera in 2016; being the first Arab to win the ‘Mazars Young Singer Award’ from the Paris Opera in 2019. She was selected as the best young operatic talent in the magazine ‘Opernwelt (Opera World)’, a German magazine. Farrah has received the ‘Hassan Kami’ and ‘Wagner Foundation’ Awards respectively. She sang on the stage of the ‘Opera Comedy Theater’ in Berlin. H.E. President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi honored her during the Youth Conference in Sharm El-Sheikh for her artistic career full of successes.