Stopping by Lebanon on her world tour, Algerian-born folk singer Souad Massi gave a laid-back and intimate performance at MusicHall Waterfront Tuesday evening.
Beyond the broken windows and creaking doors, the decadent and decaying foyer of the Grand Aley Hotel marks the entrance to a time capsule, preserving the...
Rima Khcheich strode onto the Masrah al-Madina stage Friday evening and, nodding a brief smile at her audience, began to sing “Ayyouhal Foulkou.”
For many people in Lebanon, the holy month of Ramadan is a time of fasting, prayer, charity, forgiveness and other spiritual activities.
Iranian-American artist Shirin Neshat is immediately recognizable.
“I love music,” declares Abdel Karim al-Shaar. “Most people think I only like, and listen to, tarab.
Jennifer Grout, the 23-year-old American who stunned TV audiences last fall for her spot-on renditions of Arabic classics on “Arabs Got Talent – Season 3,”...
From behind the red velvet curtains of Metro al-Madina, four musicians emerge to take the stage, resplendent in matching black suits and red bow ties.
Nicolas Artuso-Royer’s “Carte Blanche” begins with a few minutes of sweet assonance. The Istanbul-based linguist and musicologist props his oud on one knee...
Hairstyles might not be the most obvious lens through which to trace Lebanon’s postindependence history.