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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - RIYADH: The AlUla Moments concert series will this year include four new Arab entertainers for the Poets Night on Jan. 5, with several other top international acts to follow later in the month.
Set under AlUla’s star-filled night sky, the lineup includes Saudi Arabian musician, composer and singer Abdulrahman Mohammed, known for his fusion of traditional Arabic love poems or ghazals. With a history of performances at regional and international events, he is no stranger to AlUla’s historic city.
Having previously graced Maraya Concert Hall in 2022, Mohammed returns to showcase his experimental project, “The Hope Will Never Escape.”
Joining the lineup is independent Egyptian artist Ash, a 27-year-old multi-instrumentalist known for his live performances in picturesque global locations.
Having risen to fame with 150 million streams for his track “Mosaique” against the backdrop of Giza’s pyramids, Ash blends Middle Eastern and French influences into his signature electronic sound.
Ash has a career total of 750 million streams, and will embark on his North America “Self-Discovery Tour” in February.
Joining the night’s festivities is renowned Saudi Arabian artist and poet Abdullatif Yousef. He has previously managed Riyadh’s Misk Art event, Riyadh Art’s seminar series, and Founding Day evenings at King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in 2022. He has also received several honors, including the Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal International Award for Arabic Poetry.
Yousef participated in events at the Kingdom’s Pavilion at Dubai’s Expo 2020, the US Poetry Bridges initiative, and collaborative projects including “An Evening of Voices” and the “Team” art exhibition.
A live Sand and Shadow Show will also take place at Poets Night on Friday, with performers dressed in costumes inspired by the surrounding landscape.
The AlUla Moments concert series will feature Abadi Al-Johar on Jan. 12, followed by Hegra Candlelit Classics on Jan. 18, the Swiss Orchestra Concert on Jan. 19, and the renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli on Jan. 26. The musical series is part of the Winter at Tantora festival calendar.
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