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After concerts in Egypt and Palestine, the Palestinian musician Huda Asfour comes to Beirut as part of the promotional tour for her debut album Jay wa Rayha (Back and Forth), with a performance this evening at the Beirut Arts Centre. Asfour’s collection of seven songs and instrumental pieces is the culmination of ten years’ experience in music-making with a variety of groups, including the student ensemble Sanabel and the band Jahar, which brought her together with the ...Keep Reading »
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