Arabic Music at the Marble House

Arabic Music at the Marble House

Arabic Music at the Marble House

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Oudist Hadi Eldebek will perform Arabic music at the Marble House Project.

Hadi Eldebek is an innovative contemporary musician based in New York City.  An oudist, singer and composer, Eldebek strives to collaborate with musicians brought together by the shared joy of performing Arabic music interpreted through a contemporary and multi-genre/multi-ethnic perspective. Eldebek will appear at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 15, in the Marble House Project barn, located at 1161 Dorset West Road in Dorset. For more information, visit marblehouseproject.org.

1 Comment

  1. Jeffrey 3 years ago

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