Abdel Karim al-Shaar will headline Masrah al-Madina's "Ramadaniyat" program.
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For the second consecutive year, Greek musician and composer Yanni will enchant the Byblos audience with his most famous compositions.LIBAN JAZZ and Elefteriades present this show by piano virtuoso Tigran Hamasyan and his trio, in town to promote the 2013 record "Shadow Theatre".Staged in the context of the Madina's Ramadaniyyat program, this four-man vocal squad and accompanists present an evening of seasonal tarab.Now in its second year on stage, this immensely popular homage to the profane cabaret culture of early 20th-century Egypt celebrates Arab femininity, and features the dance of Randa Makhoul and the vocal work of Yasmina Fayed and Lina Sahab.During its long history, AUB has accumulated many works of art that one encounters daily. "Art in Office" displays several works found in the university's various academic and administrative buildings.
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