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  • Saturday Jul 01 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Wednesday Jul 05 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Friday Jul 14 2017 until Saturday Jul 15 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Wednesday Jul 19 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Friday Jul 21 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Friday Jul 28 2017 until Saturday Jul 29 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Thursday Aug 03 2017 until Friday Aug 04 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Saturday Aug 12 2017 from 08:30 pm until 11:30 pm
  • Beiteddine Palace, Chouf, Lebanon [See map] [Hide map]
  • Arts & Culture, Music, Nightlife

Beiteddine International Art Festival 2017 - Full program

The Program:

July 1
Omar Kamal: The new crooner of the Arab World

Discover the beautiful voice of Omar Kamal: from the eternal repertoire of Frank Sinatra to the emotional hits of Arab legends. Omar sings a variety of genres in a number of languages. Omar’s incredible talent to sing powerhouse vocals makes him one of the most authentic and open artists to emerge in years. Omar Kamal will be accompanied by his Big Band and the Lebanese Orchestra.
“Love Never Felt So Good!”

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July 5 – Jordi Savall and his ensemble Hespèrion XXI travel with Ibn Battuta

Grammy Awards winner Jordi Savall is a Catalan composer and musician. He is one of the major figures in the fields of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music. He will take us in a journey through time and space, performing the music Ibn Battuta heard during his visits to royal courts or small villages in Africa, Arabia and the Far East.
The superb voice of Waed Bou Hassoun is part of the voyage.

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July 14, 15 – Ballet Béjart Lausanne – “Ballet for Life”

Ballet for Life is a love affair between the music of Queen and that of W.A Mozart.
Maurice Béjart’s dream was to open the world of ballet to a larger audience. His successor Gil Roman succeeded brilliantly. Today the company preserves Maurice Bejart’s Legacy while remaining a space of creation.

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July 19 – Pink Martini

Pink Martini are still one of the bestselling curiosities of the global music scene, presenting a cool blend of melodies and rhythms from different parts of the world: from Amália Rodrigues to Myriam Makeba, from French songs to 50s pop.

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July 21 – Emel Mathlouthi – The voice of the Arab Spring

Tunisian prominent singer/songwriter Emel Mathlouthi has been described as the Tunisian Björk, the Fairuz of her generation, and the voice of the Arab Spring. Her impassioned protest songs are a groundbreaking mix of sounds steeped in Tunisia and electronic beats.
"Here's a world diva with a difference” - The Observer

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July 28, 29 – Kadim Al Sahir

Kadim el Saher is known for his passionate, romantic songs which, combined with his silky vocals and air of class, have made him one of the most praised performers in the Arab world.
Kadim el Saher strikes again for two memorable nights.

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August 3 & 4 – السيرك السياسي The Political Circus

Our new production!
After “Hishik-Bishik” and “Bar Farouk”, Metro Al Madina presents “The Political Circus”. Seventy artists take us into the world of fantasy and fairy tale of an unusual election campaign where the arts of theatre, circus, magic and music meet with the arts of politics.
Not to be missed!

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August 12 – The fabulous Magida El Roumi
in a new concert entitled لا تسأل

Live a splendid moment with our Lebanese diva in a memorable concert.
Magida El Roumi promises a compilation of her new songs as well as the best of her timeless repertoire.

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Tickets available in Virgin Ticketing all branches.