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Performing live on the second day of Tripoli Festival, the best hits of the two Lebanese artists Wael and Michel
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About Michel Fadel
Michel is born on the 10th of February 1976, he grew up in a family of Artists: his father Fouad is a well-known musician, and his brother Christian grew up to become a great designer.
In 1983, at the age of 8, Michel won the first prize in the Youth Competition at the University of St. Esprit at Kaslik. He appeared in concert performing classical music at the Lebanese University (1992), and at the Presidential Palace (1994 & 1995 ). Michel has also performed in numerous private and public appearances in Lebanon.
He began his career as a music composer in 1996, he composed music for publicity ads for the products Samoa in Lebanon, a music that earned him the first prize as best music for advertising of the year.
Michel composed several music jingles, for radios and TB stations, he worked as well for many advertising agencies, with directors of short films and cartoon programs, programs, he worked also on creating music idents for TV stations branding.
About Wael Jassar
One of the singers who have managed to forge a place in the Arab song to make one of those rare artists who could sing a modern Arabic music which retains its identity and recalls the golden age of Arab music . Wael Jassar has become in recent years a reference in the world of Arabic song. This young Lebanese rocked on the melodies of classical Arab music has developed a great passion for music and sang from an early age songs diva Oum Kalthoum and the general Abdel Halim Hafez .
In 1996, he released his first album Machi which was a great success. An album which earned him public recognition and composers who saw in him a safe bet the song. Since then, every album has become a rendezvous with success.Requested by a public increasingly numerous, he gave several concerts around the world and became, by its pure voice and appropriate choice of words, one of the most celebrated singers in the Arab world. Often compared to George Wassouf , he has a short time to forge their own identity and distinct in style.