Classical Piano Music
The Sununu Project: Electric Textures
Hussa al-Humaidhi with The Sununu Project
What Listeners Do Not Request
Jazz Music Night
Ahmadi Music Group
Majed al-Kuwaiti Musical evening entitled “Badawi Music” performed by Majed al-Kuwaiti at the Yarmouk Cultural Center. The concert presents a group of artists specializing in Bedouin heritage, while this evening is a special contribution of young artists in the enrichment and development of indigenous Bedouin arts. A musical group led by the oud player and singer Majed Al-Kuwaiti participates in the performance.
Contemporary Guitar and Vocals
Yousif Yaseen is a Kuwaiti musician and composer. His music is a blend of folk art, jazz, and contemporary music. Yousif plays some Arabic maqamat on a Western guitar, which allows him to deliver Arabic folk art especially Khaleeji music in a unique way.
“Hubban” performed by Fadhel al-Kankouni.
“Hubban” performed by Fadhel al-Kankouni. “Hubban” means bagpipes in Persian, and it is the name of the instrument, as well as the name of the dance, which is also called the handkerchief dance. Hubban are played at weddings and celebrations. It is originally from southern Iran in what is called Fars, and it is usually played in open spaces. Hubban (bagpipe) music is influenced by African, Persian, Indian and neighboring Arab music. This night will include different types of traditional and local music, including Khayyali, Dasmali, Khumairi, Saheb, Liwa, and Tahani.
“Horizon of Imagination” preformed by Valentina Maria Baginska
“Horizon of Imagination” preformed by Valentina Maria Baginska. Valentina is an artist with international achievements as a conductor, concert organist, pianist, music professor, juror, lecturer, and impresario. She graduated with an honors degree from the Fredric Chopin University of Music in Warsaw.
“Egyptian Music Night”
Music Night is titled “Egyptian Music Night” performed by Mustafa Said (singer and Oud), Bilal Bitar (Qanun), and Ahmed al-Salhi (Violin) Mustafa Said is an Egyptian singer, musicologist, composer and a virtuoso Oud player. He is one of the few young talents to devote his career to the classical Arabic repertoire while exploring new forms and new sounds. Said is accompanied by Ahmed al-Salhi on the violin and Bilal Bitar on the Qanun.