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From the Mediterranean to the Americas Promo: After gaining positive and stimulating reviews from the New York Broadway and opera critics, Lebanese-American tenor Amine J. Hachem and American conductor Brian Holman have forged an intriguing music collaboration, already presented in the most prestigious venues, such as the MGM Grand Casino, The United Nations, Broadway’s 54 Below, Elebash Recital Hall, Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium, the Metropolitan Club, and soon to be featured at the highly revered Carnegie Hall, and Kennedy Center. “From the Mediterranean to the Americas*” is a musical voyage based on Amine’s life journey, growing up in Lebanon and the United States, and coming of age in Europe and the Middle East. Surveying his early influences, which range from great operatic tenors to rock icons, operatic arias** are told in their classical form, and popular hits are retold from Amine’s unique Franco-Arabic perspective. These exciting new arrangements*** blend elements from Latin, Jazz, American Pop, European classical, Russian folk and traditional Arabic music. The fusing of Amine’s sweet yet heroic tenor voice with the aromatic blend of the classical instruments, saxophones, trumpets, tablah, bongos, and universal themes from some of the world’s favorite songs, results in a beautiful statement of cross cultural harmony, diversity, and human connection. Magnetized by Amine’s old world charm and new world style, people around the world have become enchanted with this charismatic, seasoned performer. Audiences leave with a total experience: provoked and entertained, reminded of hope and despair, moved to laughter and tears.




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