Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmed Cultural Centre

Arabic Sung Poems by Walaa Al-Jundi

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The Arab lyrical heritage has long been characterized by sung poems. In the glory years of Arabic music in the twentieth century, the sung poem established a high artistic musical taste and became one of the most luxurious musicals. Songs of poetry have been sung by singers from all generations, and many poems have gained fame from being presented by great singers. During this evening “Arabic Sung poems”, to be held at Sheikh Jaber Al-Ali Concert Hall on March 20, the talented Lebanese singer Walaa Al-Jundi will perform a collection of the most beautiful sung poems in Arabic music, along with other songs, accompanied by the musical ensemble conducted by Dr Mohammed Al-Aswad. 

The evening’s programme presents several poems by the well-known Kuwaiti poet Abdulaziz Saud Al-Babtain, including “Lan Aslakom” (I Will Not Forget You), for which Walaa Al-Jundi has recently won the “Prince Abdullah Al-Faisal International Prize for Arabic Poetry” in the category of best sung poem. In addition, she will perform famous poems of other singers such as Fairuz and Mohamed Abdel Wahab, as well as two of Umm Kulthum’s masterpieces, “Fat AL-Miaa’d” (Time has passed) and “Alf Leila W Leila” (A Thousand and One Nights”.  

This concert takes place as part of the eighteenth session of Abdulaziz Saud Al-Babtain Cultural Foundation, entitled, “Al-Babtain Encyclopedia of Arabic Poets in the Age of Islamic States and Emirates”.


: Jaber Al-Ali Hall

: Starting From K.D

: incl. intermission

: No

: Ten Years and above



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1. No food or beverage are permitted inside the venue.

2. Professional photography is not allowed.

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10. Late entries will not be allowed except during the intermission.

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