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December.. A holy month!
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Every December, the historical churches of Beirut become a place to enjoy the concerts of Beirut Chants, the festival of classic, sacred and ethnic music. Beirut Chants acts as a platform for local and international performers and orchestras, and spreads a message of peace, hope and tolerance among people from different backgrounds.
Day 21 program:
Samar Salamé: she was born in Beirut, Lebanon. Although she attended the Higher National Conservatory of Beirut, she finished her Audiovisual studies at IESAV (Saint-Joseph University) before embarking on her journey in the lyrical field.
After graduating in December 2006, Samar Salamé moved to Paris and continued her career singing in “La Maya”, an adaptation of Alfred de Musset’s “Les Caprices de Marianne”, as well as in concerts in Paris (Conciergerie, Le Grand Palais, La Mairie du XIVème...) and Lebanon (Vivaldi's “Gloria”, Mozart's Mass, Pergolesi's “Stabat Mater”, concerts at the Embassies of France and Italy and in the Jeita Grotto...).