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Monday, October 14, 2019

Saudi Arabia's first opera singer Sawsan Al Bahiti in her powerful and soulful voice regaled the audience in an operatic rendition of the Saudi national anthem on the 89th Saudi National Day celebrations. Al Bahiti, an opera singer of 11 years, can sing opera with ease in Italian, French, German and English. She has lent her voice to classics such as Se tu Mami' by Alissandro Parisotti, Habenera' from Carmen', In Mir Klingt Ein Lied' by Chopin, and All I Ask from You' from Phantom of the Opera', among others. She has her own studio, The Soulful Voice, in Jeddah, where she coaches 25 students, mostly Saudis, in different forms of singing.



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I finally found an Arab who impressed me.

Hope to see many more like her.

Lovely concert hall in the middle of the desert.



#1 | Posted by J_Tremain at 2019-10-14 06:56 AM | Reply

After "The Bone Saw Incident", MBS is doing everything he can to give Saudi Arabia a cosmopolitan touch.

Never thought they would let women drive cars... but now they do. Now they got rid of the damn burka for women. I wonder how far they can take it before some WAHABI mullas kill themselves?

#2 | Posted by J_Tremain at 2019-10-14 07:01 AM | Reply

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