Kadim Al Sahir to Perform in Oman from 13 October

Muscat: The Royal Opera House Muscat (ROHM) will present three special nights in concert with renowned star Kadim Al Sahir within its new season (2022-2023) on 13, 14 and 15 October 2022.

Iraqi-born Kadim Al Sahir has established himself as one of the biggest singers in the Middle East, having sold more than 30 million albums since the start of his career. Ranging from big romantic ballads to pop to Arab classical, he’s covered the spectrum of music with the kind of success not seen since the heyday of Umm Kalthum.

After an unconventional start, he was accepted into the Baghdad Music Academy at the age of 21. His first hit was Ladghat El Hayya (The Snake Bite), which was broadcast on Iraqi television in 1987.

He began giving concerts all over the Gulf. His concert will feature a selection of songs including Obart Al Shat (I Crossed the Ocean), La Ya Sadiki (No, My Friend), and hits from his collaboration with the poet Nizar Qabbani.

Al Sahir continues to release albums and tour, having become the biggest name in Middle Eastern music. His ballads have grown bigger and more romantic, but he also writes classically influenced works. He won a UNICEF award for his song “Tathakkar”, which he performed in the US for Congress and the United Nations.

The performance will take place at the Royal Opera House Muscat over three nights on 13, 14 and 15 October 2022, at 7pm.

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