Bab El Bahr Festival is back in collaboration with Celebrating our Diversity Festival. The Festival will be hosted at the Jesuit Cultural Center on 18-19 March with the participation of artists from Egypt, Finland, Lebanon, Sweden and Tunisia.
Elee Loop (Finland/Sweden) is a Malmö-based musician from Finland. She performs as a one-woman band combining vocals with acoustic, electronic, and digital instruments. Her music floats between dreamy, electronic pop and melodic ambiance.
Benjemy (Tunisia), author and composer, who was born in 1989 in Tunis. Elected best Dj in Tunisia by the magazine People's Beats in 2017 and 2018, his style handles a percussive and melodious electronic music, mixing traditional instruments and Tunisian Sufi Bendir, Mezwed, etc. ...) to an electronic sound incisive and without concessions.
This Festival is organised by The National Museums of World Culture and Agora for Arts and Culture and the Anna Lindh Foundation Swedish Network
and with the support of Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Anna Lindh Foundation, Jesuit Cultural Center, Drossos Foundation and Bassita.Live