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The eighth Beirut Chants Festival is set to ring in the holiday season with 23 days of concerts in the run-up to Christmas Eve.While various international performers dot the program, most of the 28 concerts feature local artists and choirs. The festival would not be complete without the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra, which will perform the world premiere of a piano concerto by renowned Lebanese organist Naji Hakim. For those looking for more direct Christmas fare, soprano Samar Salame and a half dozen other soloists, backed by the Universite Antonine choir, will perform a concert that combines Mozart arias and Christmas carols.
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