Set the date: Carole Samaha to dazzle UAE audiences this November
Paris Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi Auditorium will be the venue. (Facebook)
Lebanese singing sensation Carole Samaha will play a concert in Abu Dhabi on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2016.
The event is being organized on the occasion of the Independence Day of Lebanon and the National Day of the UAE, and under the patronage of Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubarak Al-Nahyan, UAE Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development.
Baalbeck International Festival is presenting the concert, which is organized by the Lebanese Business Council.
Paris Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi Auditorium will be the venue.
The Lebanese Independence Day is celebrated on Nov. 22 while the UAE celebrates its National Day on Dec. 2.
Earlier in 2014, Carole entertained racegoers at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after race concerts.
The popular singer, actress and producer has released six studio albums and has a master’s degree in acting and directing.
In 2004, she won the Arab Music Award for best female newcomer. She has also won multiple Murex d’Or awards and was nominated for best Arabia New Act in the MTV Europe Music Awards 2008.
On Monday, the Lebanese songstress was celebrating three years of her marriage with Egyptian husband Walid Mustafa as well as the election of Michel Aoun as the new president of Lebanon.
“Congratulations to all for electing Gen. Aoun as the president of Lebanon, together we will open a new chapter with optimism and understanding to be unified in the interest of our home Lebanon,” she tweeted.