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Art Alert: Tunisian singer Dorsaf Hamdani's Hayy concert postponed

Hamdani was due to close this year's edition of Hayy Festival on 25 June

Ahram Online , Friday 24 Jun 2016
Dorsaf Hamdani
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Tunisian musicologist and singer Dorsaf Hamdani's Hayy Festival concert has been postponed. 

Festival organisers El-Genaina Theatre announced on the event’s Facebook page that the concert has been postponed and that a new date will be announced shortly. 

This year’s Hayy Festival began on 12 June and was scheduled to close Saturday. 

Hayy is an annual festival that was first held during Ramadan in 2005 with a diverse lineup of artistic events, including musical performances, Sufi chanting concerts, poetry recitals, circus and puppet shows and more, setting the tone for a series of dynamic and evolving editions over the following years.

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