Le 07 juin à Modifié le 07 juin à L'étoile du Liban Wael Kfoury a clôturé en beauté, samedi, les concerts de la scène orientale de Nahda du Festival Mawazine-Rythmes du Monde, soufflant un air de romantisme sur l'espace envahi par des dizaines de milliers de fans. Avant qu'il n'arrive sur scène, la foule impatiente l'acclamait en criant en une seule voix: "Wael, Wael Tout ému, le chanteur n'a cessé de saluer le public et de le remercier de sa présence. Wael Kfoury a créé une ambiance festive sur la scène Nahda, associant le public au show en leur tendant le micro pour répéter derrière lui les refrains les plus populaires de son répertoire, ce qui a été du goût de l'assistance qui a adhéré spontanément à ce jeu. La star du Liban a donné des frissons au public avec sa voix aussi cristalline que magnétique. Artiste impressionnant à bien des égards, Wael Kfoury détonne avec sa voix d'une rare puissance et un charme indéniable.

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His father lived in Baghdad, but was a samarra native from the tribe of albu daraj. He grew up and spent a large part of his life in Alhurrya city in Baghdad. He is the son of a palace worker and has nine siblings. Apart from his mother, Saher's family were never supportive of his direction in becoming a musician. They had no faith in him that he would become successful, and instead wanted him to become a doctor or a lawyer. However, he said that the only way to achieve success is if you respect your music and respect yourself.

Early life His interest in music grew as he listened to songs via the radio that offered him the chance to become familiar with the works of composers such as Mohammed Abdel Wahab. When he was ten, he began writing songs.

After selling his bicycle, Saher purchased a guitar at the age of twelve, and began learning the arts of the guitar for about three months before writing a classical song to accompany his newfound talent. It was his first instrument. Although keen to break through in the music business with his songs and voice, he found himself rebuffed by all the producers he approached, who would only let him sing their own material.

Instead, he used the back door to gain entry to the industry. Professional career — Rise to fame One of his first videos was made in collaboration with one of his friends that happened to be a television director. The song was the source of a major controversy due to particular sensitivities that were common during that era.

Officials in the Iraqi television asked him to either change the lyrics or have it banned. His refusal to change the lyrics and it's consequent ban only helped to increase the popularity of the song. He began giving concerts all over the Persian Gulf and recording his music with Kuwaiti labels.

A year later, he had a hit with "Obart Al Shat" I crossed the river. Some of his professors at the Academy denounced it as sha'bi pop music, anathema to those who taught classical music.

But protesting was pointless. El-Saher had managed to circumvent the system and had become a star on his own terms—he even undertook his first U. Having conquered pop, El-Saher turned around and established himself in the Arabic classical world with "La Ya Sadiki" No, My Friend , a magnum opus that lasted almost an hour and found him using maqams scales that hadn't been used in Iraqi music in several decades, revitalizing a tradition.

In and due to the Persian Gulf War , Kathem transferred his base of operations to Jordan where he lived with his family for few years. He always considers living in Jordan as an important period of his life and career success later on. Kathem performed more than once some of his most successful concerts which was held in Jerash. After that he moved to Lebanon , where he met and formed a songwriting partnership with noted Syrian poet Nizar Qabbani in , who wrote lyrics to his music, before settling permanently in Cairo.

El-Saher continued to release albums and tour, having become the biggest name in Middle Eastern music, one whose ballads grew bigger and more romantic, but who would also write classically influenced works, even when they might hurt his popularity. By , he had ten albums under his belt and was lauded as an artist, not just a pop star. That prestige brought him wider fame and a growing international reputation that won him a UNICEF award for his song "Tathakkar", which he performed in the U.

The following year, he recorded a tribute to the Pope with the Italian Symphony Orchestra. To coincide with it, he performed on the Mondo Melodia tour, which crossed the U. Also, in December he participated in the opening of the Gulf Football Championship Khaleeji 17 in which he performed the return of Iraq Operette which was broadcasted live on 10 satellite channels.

Additional in he was the first Arab artist to participate in the Official Album of Athens Olympics.


El houb El Moustahil 10

Un bâtiment ultramoderne et très vaste de cinq étages. Plus de 50 nationalités. Une entité accueillie dans les foyers du Machrek Moyen-Orient au Maghreb. On voudrait que les téléspectateurs arabes respirent pendant deux heures autre chose que la politique.


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Son père vivait à Bagdad , mais il était un Samarra originaire de la tribu de Darraj. Il a grandi et a passé une grande partie de sa vie dans le quartier Al-Hurrya à Bagdad. Il est le fils d'un ouvrier du palais et a neuf frères et soeurs. En dehors de sa mère, la famille d'Al Saher ont jamais été en faveur de sa direction pour devenir musicien. Ils lui avaient pas la foi qu'il réussir, et au lieu de lui voulait devenir médecin ou avocat. Le frère de Saher une fois l'a emmené à différents endroits où les gens chantaient en général, et lui a dit qu'il est votre choix de chanter d'une manière respectueuse ou vous pouvez choisir de faire de la mauvaise façon. Il a dit que la seule façon de réussir est de savoir si vous respectez votre musique et vous respecter.


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