Abed Kobeissy will moderate a discussion with Lekhfa Maurice Louca, left, Maryam Saleh and Tamer Abu Ghazaleh.
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Beirut & Beyond International Music Festival returns to the city's stage this month with 11 bands, all up-and-coming local and international talent, staging four days of shows.Other acts include French trumpeters Erik Truffaz and Sig, Egyptian electro band Baskot Lel Baltageyya, Norwegian jazz trio GURLS and Lebanese electro-acoustic duo Two or the Dragon.Lebanese rockers Kinematik will be performing again this year at BBIMF, having been part of the 2017 tour, and will be showcasing their soon-to-be released album.Due to funding issues, this year's tour has been canceled, but Semaan said plans are already in the works for next year's edition, with the help of European partners.
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