Iraqi superstar، Kathem Al-Saher performed Friday evening a concert at Casino du Liban، in Beirut، Lebanon، amid a large crowd.
The-60-year old performed a number of his famous songs، including "Zedeni Eshkan"، "Ana Wa Leila"، and "Alamani hobak Sayidati".
This will be Kathem’s first concert after the "Voice Kids S2" program، with Morocco’s Hamza Labyed from Kathem’s team victory، which marks Al-Saher’s second time in a row at winning the talent show.
Kathem Al-Saher was on the coaching panel members، alongside Tamer Hosny and Nancy Ajram.
Meanwhile، it is scheduled for Al-Saher to perform live in a concert at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts، in Toronto City، Ontario، Canada، on March 3.
-Kathem al Saher in-depth- Kathem Jabbar Al Samarai better known by his artistic name as Kathem Al-Saher، is an Iraqi singer، composer and songwriter.
He has been dubbed the "Caesar of Arabic Song"، and "Iraq's Ambassador to the world".
Kathem has established himself as one of the most successful singers in the history of the Arab World، since the start of his career. Ranging from big romantic ballads to more political work، from pop to Arab classical music.
He performs with an orchestra of twenty to thirty musicians on Arabic percussion، oud، qanun، nay، and a full complement of strings (violin، cello، and bass). While some of his work makes use of electronic musical sounds، he avoids the use of synthesizers to imitate acoustic instruments.
His work frequently features Iraqi folk instruments، rhythms، and melodies.
Major achievements on the artistic and humanitarian level، we were able to raise your interest and convince you that he definitely deserves to be awarded the AUB Honorary Doctorate in the field of Arts and Culture for the year 2006.
The United Nations Children's Fund، or UNICEF، named Al-Saher as the new goodwill ambassador for Iraq for the year 2011. For Al-Saher، this was a compelling reason to visit his country after 14 years
He sang Bokra "Tomorrow"، a charity single that was released on November 11، 2011 at 11:11 pm، along with Rim Banna، Akon، Tamer Hosni، Diana Karazon، Marwan Khoury، Latifa، Souad Massi، Hani Mitwassi، Saber El Robai، Wa'ed، Sherine and other Arab artists.
The single will distribute the proceeds of its donations to various organisations، institutions and charities with arts and culture programs. The eight-minute song was written by Majida Al-Roumi، and produced by Quincy Jones and RedOne.
He is debuted as a Coach for MBC The Voice Kids and his team member Lynn Hayek from Lebanon was the winning contestant in the Season 1 Finale held on March 5، 2016.