Mike Massy on Middle Eastern Music (Solo Performance and Lecture)

Posted on February 21st, 2014 by Med Studies Staff in Events

Tuesday, March 11, 2014:

12 pm-1:45 pm
Solo Performance (Piano/Vocals)
Campbell Recital Hall, Braun Music Center (541 Lasuen Mall, map)

6-7:30 pm
Mike Massy Lecture on Middle Eastern Music + Q&A
Building 300, Room 300 (450 Serra Mall, map)

Mike Massy on Middle Eastern Music (Solo Performance and Lecture)

Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear and meet Lebanon’s most beloved singer/composer/pianist whose ‘Ya Zaman’ album continues to top the Lebanese charts. Everyone is welcome to attend!

Performer, actor, singer, songwriter, composer and pianist; Murex d’Or 2011 winner for “innovation in music”–Massy’s innovative sound, which lies somewhere between pop, jazz, oriental and traditional, is a product of his varied experience. He studied piano at the National High Conservatory of Music in Beirut where he was also trained in oriental and occidental
singing, the muwashahat and Arabic opera. This training is combined with a BA in drama from the Lebanese university/faculty of fine art along with jazz ballet lessons for over 10 years. All these multiple talents makes Massy an eclectic artist who pushes the boundaries of the Lebanese music scene.

Mike Massy in Concert in NY:  <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3pf9fYLflIY>

Mike Massy Video Clip #1:  <http://youtu.be/-A1Om3jJMxQ>

Mike Massy’s YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Falakproductions

Sponsored by the Stanford Language Center, The Sohaib and Sara Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, DLCL, Dept. of Music, The Mediterranean Studies Forum, Dept. of Comparative Literature, and The Arab Studies Table.

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