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The album is a challenging musical work gathering emotions, creativity and energy. Lena lent her voice to a number of TV series and dramatic works in Syria and abroad: Moreover, the audience will explore Lena’s new lenw singing.
Lena and Manfred eventually featured on each others albums and appeared together in several concerts in Syria and in Germany.
The written lyrics are in Arabic.
It is an invitation to discover the natural and mutual harmony between the human voice and acoustic instruments. Arabic, Armenian, Syriac, French and English. As in her previous albums, Lena offers her audience a revisited Armenian folk song.
Please help by adding reliable sources. She finished her elementary and secondary education while pursuing a musical carrier that started with her first concert at the age of five.
Named one of the Most Influential People in the Arab World by Arabian Business magazine inLena is one of the few eastern women who write, produce, and play music, as well as sing. Syrian-Armenian musical trailblazer Lena Chamamyan is considered one of the best singers of her generation.
Lena Chamamyan – Wikipedia
Through her music, Lena revives folkloric songs Syrian, Albu,s and Lately Bahraini with modern styles and arrangements, creating a link between oriental classical music and contemporary world music. She also actively contributes to many cultural endeavours, such as the initiative to catalogue Syrian music and the radio programme Douzana. Throughout her career Lena has lent her voice to a number of TV serials and dramatic works in Syria and abroad, and participated in a large number of ldna Arab and international musical festivals.
Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. A spirit of oriental jazz runs through her music — a fusion of traditional eastern songs from the Arab world and Armenia with western styles.
This style is embodied in her first two albums, Hal Asmar El-Lon and Shamat, which Lena collected traditional folkloric songs from the Levant and chamayan them. Lately, Lena is working on occidental with each of the composer and the pianist Andr Manoukian including a variety of languages: Drawn from her experience as a woman and as Syrian, her new material carries a message of life, hope and peace.
Albuns page was last edited on 30 Julyat Lena was born and educated in Damascus.
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Lena graduated from the economics management department at the Damascus University inwhile studying at the higher institute of music from which she graduated as a classical vocalist in