Tunis, Theater of Regions, the City of Culture, The new musical cycle of the Music and Opera Pole of the City of Culture continues with, in the program of its second show, a concert of the Palestinian singer Sana Moussa on the stage of the Theater of Regions in the City of Culture.

"I am pleased to meet you today in this beautiful City dedicated to culture and I would be even happier to meet you on the day of the liberation of Al Quds Capitale of Palestine," said singer Sana Moussa at the opening of the special evening devoted to the new wave of the Arabic music.

Native of Ramallah, the mythical city of Palestine, Sana Moussa came to the City of Culture to sing love, freedom and life with a strong voice and an amazing charisma. Smiling and happy, the singer asked the technicians of the Theater of Regions to light up the hall so that she can see the audience. It was her special way of performing on stage as an artist who does not conceive art without sharing it with her fans.

This was the case tonight when the artist and the audience merged together to live the same vibrations on the rhythms of sounds carefully played by the members of the National Orchestra of Music under the direction of Maestro Mohamed Lassoued and the participation of the Iraqi composer Mohamed Moussa.

Sana Moussa in Palestinian traditional dress performed "Zakharef" which contains a bouquet of songs drawn from the Palestinian and Syrian musical heritage including "Aynou malanah Ennoum", "Niyalak Mahada Bibalak", "Rommanak ya Habibi", "Tallet El Barouda", "Hal Asmar Ellon" followed by a piece of Tunisian Malouf.

Sana Moussa as a "pretty and rebellious" artist has edited the classic Palestinian and Arab songs by giving them her personal touch as an artist of the new wave of Arabic song, giving the audience a selection of singular sounds of a rare beauty.

It should be mentioned that the musical cycle "Arabic Music, a new wave" of the Music and Opera Pole will be closed on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 20:00 in the Theater of Regions in the City of Culture by the show "Ouhebbou al Bilad" by the artist Mohamed Hedi Agrebi with the participation of Raoudha Abdallah and Yacer Jradi.

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