Sesc to host Arab-Palestinian music concert on Thursday

A free concert by group CANJA, featuring Syrian singer Oula Al-Saghir and Arab and Brazilian musicians, will take place at 8 pm on the 12th at Sesc Belenzinho.

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São Paulo – Sesc Belenzinho, in São Paulo, will welcome CANJA, a group featuring Syrian singer Oula Al-Saghir and musicians, at 8 pm on Thursday (12). The Arab-Palestinian concert will be free of charge, with tickets available onsite 30 minutes ahead of time.

Oula Al-Saghir performing at Sesc Vila Mariana

The CANJA project is designed to promote Arab music through concerts, courses and educational activities. It is also intended to bring migrants and refugees together, in a bid to spread Arab culture and encourage plurality and peace through music. In addition to the Syrian-born, Palestinian-descendant vocalist Oula Al-Saghir, the group features lute player Robert Keyloun of Syria, darbuka player Mohammad Al Jamal of Lebanon, pianist Nelson Lin of Brazil, and Diocleyr Baulé Jr. on flute, who’s also from Brazil.

Oula Al-Saghir was born in Homs, Syria. After having her home destroyed during the war, she moved to Brazil in 2015 with her husband and two sons. She dedicates herself to the arts, especially Arab music, with a repertoire straddling classic Arab songs and Palestinian resistance poetry.

 

Quick facts

CANJA Group – Arab-Palestinian music
Sesc Belenzinho – Comedoria area – Rua Padre Adelino, 1,000
Thursday, April 12, 8 pm to 9:30 pm
Free of charge – Tickets available at the venue 30 minutes prior to the show
Watch the group rehearse for the Sesc concert:

Ensaios para o próximo show na SESC

Ensaios para o próximo show na SESCOula Al-Saghir Robert Keyloun Mohammad Al Jamal IICANJA – Música ÁrabeArabs Productions

Posted by CANJA – Música Árabe on Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Translated by Gabriel Pomerancblum

 

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