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October 26, 2019

"The Passenger (First interactions from a year cut off from work)” Recent paintings, sculptures and videos by Lebanese artist Fadi Jaafar.
Followed by a concert of ten musicians from different countries.

1. Murat Öztürk, Instrument : Piano
“Crossing my bridge” Composer: Murat Öztürk
2. Elisabetta Belardi, Poetry
“Lo non ho bisogno di denaro” by Alda Merini
3. Noam Golergant, Instruments: Guitar & Voice
“You’ve got a friend in me” - Theme to the film “Toy Story”.
Composer: Randy Newman
4. Renata Rekasi, Instrument: Voice
“Don’t know why” Composer: Jesse Harris
5. Shirley & Percy Golergant, Instruments: Voice & Guitar
“Un sueño” Composer: Percy Golergant
6. Tohid Tohidi, Instruments: Voice & Guitar
“The one who missed you is me” Composer: Tohid Tohidi
7. Ivan Martinez, Instruments: Guitar & Voice
“Desde que o samba é samba ” Composer : Caetano Veloso/Gilberto Gil
8. Yasha Zare, Instruments: Voice & Guitar
“Ashes after fire” Composer: Yasha Zare
9. Diana Subashi & Denise Clarke, Instruments: Violin and Piano
“Des Vendanges” Composer: Nikki Iles
10. Edith van den Heuvel, Instrument: Voice
“Dindi” Composer: Antonio Carlos Jobim

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January 17, 2019

An oriental night of spirit and identity of a hundred Arabic nights and a night which organized by the Arabic Association for Cultural exchange in Luxembourg where the Iraqi Oud musician #Naseer_Shamma has brightened in the Opera house (Philharmonie) last January 2019 in the city of Luxembourg... Here's a piece of music.

July 26, 2018

As part of its "101 Arabian Nights" program, the Arabic Association for Cultural Exchange presenting with the corporation of Wiltz Festival one of the most enhanced festival of the Three brothers, three ouds. Samir, Wissam and Adnan. On stage and in the studio, their instruments come together like three soloists who form one single voice. The oud, or Arabic lute, has become the voice of their souls, the beating heart of their existence with which they have become one. Always three, together. With the Trio Joubran, virtuosity does not give into demonstration. For these natives of Nazareth who come from a long line of luthiers, it is about the perpetuation of a tradition. A tradition they have also deeply renewed by their innovation on the oud, this solo instrument which they have so wonderfully united as an ensemble.

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