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Art Alert: Hiba Tawaji to perform in Egypt around Valentine's Day

Tawaji will be accompanied by renowned producer Oussama Rahbani and the Sphinx Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Hany Hassan

Ahram Online , Wednesday 6 Feb 2019
Hiba Tawaji
A screenshot from a promotional video made for the event
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Lebanese star Hiba Tawaji will be performing at The Marquee Theatre of Cairo Festival City on Friday, 15 February, alongside producer Oussama Rahbani.

The 31-year-old Tawji is also an actress and director appearing in a number of films in addition to a series of musicals, with more than 120 performances to her name throughout the Arab world and beyond.

Tawaji was the first female singer to ever perform publicly in Saudi Arabia.

Oussama, one of the most influential composers in the Middle East, is the son of Lebanese musician and poet Mansour Rahbani.

The duo have released three albums: 'Bidayi wala Nihayi' (2011), 'Ya Habibi' (2014), 'Hiba Tawaji 30' (2017) in addition to a Christmas album 'Hallelujah' (2017).

They will be accompanied by the Sphinx Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hany Hassan.

The same crew has performed at Taj city in 2018

Friday, 15 February, 8 pm
The Marquee Theatre, Cairo Festival City, New Cairo

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