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Naseer Shamma starring in "The Journey of the Spirits" at the Barbican Center in London


The Iraqi oud player Nasir Shamma starred at the "Journey of the Soul" party hosted by the Barbican Center in London.

He played with Shamma, the world's most famous instrumentalists, Ashraf Sharif on Kitar, Khan Carlos Pianna, Flamenco, Chebzizen on drums and Miguel Angel Ongo.

The hall was attended by a wide audience of different nationalities, responding to the melody of the oud, and long applauding its name and its international gold band, expressing its enthusiasm, harmony and tone with the melodies and rhythms and sensations created by Anam Shamma and his distinguished artistic team.

He played with Shamma, the world's most famous instrumentalists, Ashraf Sharif on Kitar, Khan Carlos Pianna, Flamenco, Chebzizen on drums and Miguel Angel Ongo.

The hall was attended by a wide audience of different nationalities, responding to the melody of the oud, and long applauding its name and its international gold band, expressing its enthusiasm, harmony and tone with the melodies and rhythms and sensations created by Anam Shamma and his distinguished artistic team.

The legacy of Naseer Shamma's art and innovations in the Oud machine preceded him to the capital of the fog, so that many Arab and British writers devoted articles and columns to talk about this musician coming from the land of Mesopotamia, to tell his return and his hopes and the story of a thousand nights.

In his journalistic column, Shamha Al-Oud described Sham's relationship with Al-Oud as a relationship of balance and temperament, and when he was fond of his scent, the strings of the oud returned to his calm mood, and the hearts trembled and flared up. He described Shamma as one of the greatest contemporary oud musicians in the world.

The author quotes from Shamma phrases he has already made on various occasions, including "We build peace through music" and "Music preserves our culture despite violence."