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Abeer Nehme

Abeer Nehme

Abeer Nehme


Abeer Nehme (born 19 May 1980) is a Lebanese singer. She performs traditional Tarab music, Lebanese traditional music, Rahbani music, and sacred music from the Maronite Syriac, Orthodox Syriac, and Byzantine traditions. In 2009 she joined Jean-Marie Riachi for the album Belaaks. The song "Belaaks" (On the Contrary) is a duet with Ramy Ayach and is an oriental jazz arrangement of "Quizás, quizás, quizás" in the Lebanese dialect. Abeer Nehme is an exceptional singer and a musicologist from Lebanon Read more on Last.fm
Abeer Nehme (born 19 May 1980) is a Lebanese singer. She performs traditional Tarab music, Lebanese traditional music, Rahbani music, and sacred music from the Maronite Syriac, Orthodox Syriac, and Byzantine traditions. In 2009 she joined Jean-Marie Riachi for the album Belaaks. The song "Belaaks" (On the Contrary) is a duet with Ramy Ayach and is an oriental jazz arrangement of "Quizás, quizás, quizás" in the Lebanese dialect. Abeer Nehme is an exceptional singer and a musicologist from Lebanon, the country worldwide renowned for its unique cultural model that joins the charming heritage of the East to the modern classism of the West. Abeer has been referred to as "The All Styles Specialist" because of her talent in performing dialogues between different styles of music with her amazing voice: Oriental modal traditional styles, Lebanese styles, Syriac Aramaic religious ethnic style, Greek Byzantine religious style and Opera and modern western styles. Abeer is a Qanun player (an oriental traditional instrument) and earned a bachelor degree with the highest ever earned grade in oriental singing from the USEK University (Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik).

Her renown exceeded quickly the Lebanese audience to reach the Arab then the Greek and the Syriac international audiences. As a professional in ethnic old music, Abeer interpreted, amongst other interpretations, a complete album of traditional Orthodox Syriac chants (a dialect of Aramaic) with the Syrian National Philharmonic Orchestra under the patronage of the Syriac Patriarch of Antioch, his Holiness Moran Mor Ignatios Zakka Iwas II. As an Oriental modern singer, this elegant performer played the leading role in various musical plays. Abeer participated as an honored guest amongst major superstars in international festivals throughout the world, and preformed as a soloist in several concerts accompanied by various International Philharmonic Orchestras among which the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Greece, Germany, Egypt, Tunisia etc "Abirou Salati" (Aroma of my prayer) is a spiritual journey through different styles of music; from the old music traditions of the fathers of the church, traditions of prayer and profound spiritualism, to the modernism of the people of God in the twenty first century, a modernism of grandiosity and majesty. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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