Thanks to his deep, magnetic timbre, Waed Bouhassoun has become one of the great voices in classical Arab singing in only a few years. She and Moslem Rahal, whom she met on the benches of the Conservatory of Damascus, form a duo with rare sensitivity: she plays the oud and he, the ney, a flute carved out of a giant reed and used by the Sufi brotherhood, among others. Together they reinvent the gems of Nabataean poetry, which came from a long Bedouin tradition that developed especially in Southern Syria.
Detailed programme and practical information available from May 19, 2021
Reservations from May 26, 2021