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Fausto Caporali (Italy)

January 25, 2020: Notre Dame de Louaize monastery | Zouk Mosbeh | 8:00 PM – Organ improvvisation on the silent movie “Frate Sole” (Brother Sun, 1918) in the occasion of the 800th anniversary of the Pilgrimage of Peace of St. Francis in the Middle East

January 26, 2020: with Fady Jeanbart (baritone) | Saint Anthony monastery | Harissa | 6:00 PM

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A Professor of Organ of Turin Conservatory and Titular Organist of Cremona Cathedral.

Russell J. Weismann (United States)

January 27, 2020: with Viaceslav Bilia (trumpet) | Notre Dame de la Médaille Miraculeuse | Beirut – Achrafieh | 8:00 PM

January 28, 2020: with Mona Hallab (voice) | Saint Francis monastery | Tripoli El Mina | 7:00 PM

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Russell Weismann is in his sixth year as Artistic Director of “Music @ the Monastery” in Washington D.C. He is also director of the Capital Organ Studio and Director of Music and Organist at Georgetown University.

La Noeva Woman Vocal Ensemble (Belgium)

Cindy Costello, Organ

January 30: Assembly Hall of the American University of Beirut | 8:00 PM

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La Noeva Woman Vocal Ensamble together with their organist Cindy Castillo come from Belgium with an original repertoire of medieval, traditional and contemporary music.


Emmanuel Hocde (France)

January 31:with the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Harout Fazlian – Saint Joseph Church | Beirut – Monnot | 8:30 PM

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Emmanual Hocde is Resident Organist at the Church of Saint Eloi in Paris.

Martin Haselböck (Austria)

February 1: Mar Zakhia church| Ajaltoun | 8:00 PM – Inauguration of the new pipe organ

February 2: National Evangelical church | Beirut – Riad Essoulh | 8:00 PM

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Martin Haselböck is considered to be one of the most distinguished representatives of Austria’s music and culture. As an organist he has played in concerts under the direction of great conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Lorin Maazel, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Riccardo Muti. He is also guest conductor of leading international orchestras.