Le concert a débuté avec une longue rengaine lancée par la voix puissante de Mahsa qui monte dans les aigus, relayée par la voix plus grave de Marjan.
“The double bill made for a strong, albeit slightly traumatic, experience that certainly seemed to capture the Red Zone Festival’s raw and potent energy.”
Egyptian review of two performances in Cairo from the REDZONE festival. Ahram Online writes http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/100935.aspx
Concert in the Sundflower theather in Beirut Lebanon with Mahsa Vahdat, Marjan Vahdat, Atabak Elyasi, Pasha Hanjani and Ali Rahimi from Iran.
Mahsa and Marjan Vahdat with ensemble gave an enthusiastic audience a wonderful concert in Beirut saturday.
From the making of an interview with Erik Hillestad about Redzone on Lebanese TV
From the exhibition “Tahrir Square” at Redzone in Lebanon, By the Egyptian artist Hany Rashed.
Gallery: The Station, Beirut. May 1st through May 7.
Kate Pendry showed her play “Points of Pain” during Redzone in Beirut on sunday the 4th of May. The play featuring 5 actors including herself, was written with the events in Norway on the 22nd of July 2011 as a backdrop, and it was well received in a city where the population during decades has been forced to see violence as a part of the normality.
Redzone inspires the artists to push the borders of the freedom of expression
Told by Ahmet Ezzat, board member of Mawred during the show for “Spoken Word” in Cairo on the 3rd of May.
With Tibass Kazematik from Congo, Tarek Abu Kwaik (El Far3i) from Jordan/Palestine, Ghazi Frini from Tunisia, Didier Awadi from Senegal, Mazen El Sayed (El Rass) from Lebanon abd Aly Talibab from Egypt