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Friends of Jordan Festivals hosts famous Lebanese show “Music Hall”

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In efforts to bring the finest arts to all Jordanians and being in line with this year’s spring activities, Friends of Jordan Festivals (FJF) hosts the famous Lebanese show, “Music Hall” that ha

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In efforts to bring the finest arts to all Jordanians and being in line with this year’s spring activities, Friends of Jordan Festivals (FJF) hosts the famous Lebanese show, “Music Hall” that has previously shown wonderful musical performances held in foreign and Arab countries. The show is not based on one music genre and aims to improve Jordan’s rank among global tourist destinations.

The show looks forward to attract music lovers from several Arabic & foreign countries which is scheduled to take place at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention – managed by Hilton on April 3. The acclaimed Lebanese show will witness the participation of musicians from different cultures reflecting authentic glimpses of history and heritage of global and Arab civilization with the aim to provide diverse music & art to all Jordanians.

The Executive Director of the Friends of Jordan Festivals, Souha Bawab, commented on the importance of such events saying, “The internationally acclaimed show, which consists of 22 talented musicians, will introduce night wondrous performances including Arabic folklore songs, pop music as well as Greek, French, Russian and the Jamaican Caribbean Reggae music. It will confidently present a unique theoretical concept in which FJF hopes to continually host them in the future.”

Ms. Bawab went on to mention, “Music Hall offers very short live musical acts unveiling talents from around the world in a series of staged eclectic performances using the best technologies in sound and light equipment, in addition to refined gourmet menus.”

It should be noted that the secret of Music Hall lies beneath the combination of two components; the managerial and technical skills of the ELEF team under the supervision of Eng. Jean Elefteriades, and the artistic creativity of the Venue’s mentor Michel Elefteriades.

It is well known that Music Hall Beirut began its performances in 2003 and seeks to create and innovate in the world of music, keeping the venue at its international level.

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