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The roster includes vocalist Fadia Tomb El-Hage and thespian Rafic Ali Ahmad, who will read texts composed by a host of luminaries that include Adonis, Etel Adnan, Talal Haydar, Issa Makhlouf, Wajdi Mouawad, Ghadi Rahbani, Salah Stetie and Nadia Tueni.They will be joined on stage by noted musicians – Marcel Khalife, on vocals, and trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf, who will be accompanied by the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Harout Fazlian – as well as Khaled Naboush's al-Majed dabkeh troupe and dancer-acrobat Nacim Battou.Days later (Aug. 9), audiences can expect to be soothed by the sonorous voice of Franco-Moroccan vocalist Hindi Zahra, who for her Lebanon debut will perform tunes from her new album "Homeland".The ensemble promises to perform works by Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn.
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