Oman | Muscat Royal Opera House festive special

  • By Georgious Cothitapopodopolis

 Oman | Muscat Royal Opera House

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Muscat Opera

Two Arabic singers will perform in an Evening of Romantic Arab Songs at the Royal Opera House Muscat (ROHM) on December 28.

Omani star, Salah Al Zadjali will perform from a repertoire of well-loved songs, accompanied on stage by an ensemble of 25 musicians. Salah Al Zadjali represents the impressive emerging talent of a generation of proud young Omanis growing up with the ROHM.

Egyptian singer, Medhat Saleh will give new life to traditional songs made famous by the legendary Abdel Halim Hafez, such as Ahwak, At Taubah, as well as popular songs from Mohammad Qandi, Mohammad Fawzi and others. Medhat Saleh will also present favourites from his own albums, such as Kaukab Tani, and Zay ma heya Hebeha.

ROHM’s concert An Evening of Romantic Arab Songs will take place on Thursday December 28 at 19:00. For further information and booking consult the ROHM website:

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