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Omar Harfouche honored at Kyle Awards in Dubai ceremony attended by Arab celebrities

Saturday, February 24, 2024 12:08 am

The international pianist and composer Omar Harfouche was honored in Dubai, during the Kyle Awards, in a large ceremony attended by famous Arab figures from all Arab countries, such as singers Rami Ayyash and Rami Sabry, actor Jamal Suleiman, journalist Bossi Shalabi, singer Marwan Khoury, actress Abeer Sabry, Pamela Al-Kik, and journalist Mustafa Al-Agha. .

Awards were also received by former MP Dima Jamali and journalist Tony Khalifa.

Harfouche played his famous peace piece and the Tripoli piece, which he dedicated to the people of Tripoli.

At the beginning of this month of February, France, specifically the famous Arab World Institute, witnessed a global celebration for peace by Omar Harfouche, in the presence of major international figures including politicians, princes, musicians, creators, artists, and athletes.

At that time, the music presented by Harfouche, especially the pieces called “Tripoli” and “Arbaeen Mountains,” was admired by all the attendees, who expressed their joy by standing up for him and applauding.

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