Presented Sunday, January 24, 2021
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An Egyptian musician, dancer, and educator, Karim Nagi performs and teaches Arab music and dance to schools, universities, and festivals, and speaks on the power of the arts to encourage diversity and fight xenophobia. In this episode, Karim talks about the traditions, structures, and instruments of classical Arab music and dance, as well as his work with students of all ages.
Thank you REVELS, and Mass Cultural Council for this opportunity. I really enjoyed performing this for you all. Stay safe and let’s get this world healthy again for in-person interaction
Thank you all so much for doing this. I know these are tough times and so the effort you are all making is really appreciated! Light in dark times.
Thank you all who made these wonderful concerts available . I appreciate the exposure to different cultures.
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Stay safe and keep singing!