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Archived Songs From Palestine
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Liverpool Arab Arts Festival

Songs From Palestine

Saied Silbak oud and vocals
Maya vocals
Ibaa Abu Khalaf percussion and vocals
Bassel Seaf Nai Arabic reed flute
Zakaria Ben Brahim Electric bass Guitar

Spend an evening in the company of internationally renowned Palestinian composer and Oud player Saied Silbak, as he takes you on a journey through Palestinian folklore, past and present, in a mesmerising new performance. 

This two-part concert features Silbak’s solo compositions and his quintet ensemble with Palestinian singer Maya. 

In a beautiful and diverse programme, Silbak pays homage to the Palestinian landscape and the country’s rich music history, journeying through folklore classics, the soundtracks of the 80's and 90's as well as contemporary pieces and sounds. 

Spotlighting some of the most distinct regional artists such as Sabreen, Kamilya Jubran and Rim Banna, Silbak also presents his own unique and stellar compositions. Songs From Palestine will be an unforgettable journey through a rich musical culture, folklore and heritage.

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