Amman's Palace of Culture hosts Umm Kulthum hologram concert

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AMMAN — The late Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum (1898–1975) made an unexpected return to the Jordanian stage Thursday evening, captivating a large audience at the Palace of Culture in Amman with a mesmerizing hologram concert, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.اضافة اعلان

Directed by Hassan Hina, the artistic presentation featured a 20-member musical band, led by Maestro Wisam Qatawneh, who showcased their mastery of oriental instruments.

The highlight of the evening was the three-dimensional holographic figure of Umm Kulthum, adorned with a vibrant spectrum of colors, creating an illusion that she was truly present.

A journey through time
The hour-and-a-half concert commenced with the enchanting voice of Sanaa Nabil, a relative of Umm Kulthum, who gained recognition through her participation in the program "Arabs Got Talent". Sanaa Nabil, accompanied by the talented musical band, delivered a rendition of the song "Amal Hayati”.

Later in the concert, she returned to the stage to perform "Ansak Da Kalam”.

Transported to an old era
The audience witnessed Umm Kulthum herself singing her most beloved songs, including timeless classics such as "Enta Omri", "Sira Al Hob", "Alf Leila wa Leila", and "Ya Fawwadi".

Due to overwhelming demand, the Umm Kulthum hologram concert was presented once again today, Friday, at the Palace of Culture in Amman. Two showtimes are scheduled, at 5pm and 8pm, allowing more fans to experience the event.

The concert is organized by 165 Entertainment.

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