Beit Zatoun's annual celebration / anniversary / fundraising concert has become a party and music highlight of the year.
Join the Beit Zatoun community for an evening of Middle Eastern sounds and flavours to go along with sharing and warm friendships.
The story of Beit Zatoun continues thanks to ever-increasing circle of friends, guests and inspiration. Together we are creating a uniquely interesting and relevant space where ideas, culture and activism converge.
Flavours at 6:30 pm. Refreshments, savories and desserts. Sounds at 7:30 pm. Inspiring performers and generous friends of Beit Zatoun.
- Maryem Tollar Ensemble – traditional Arabic and original
- Waleed Abdulhamid, Naghmeh Farahmand, Demetri Petsalakis, Roula Said and Maryem Tollar
- Near East Ensemble – inspired Middle East music
- Samidha Joglekar, Ravi Naimpally and Demetri Petsalakis
- Roula Said and the Bellydance Choir Ladies
- Guest appearance by Elizabeth Block
This is a major fundraising event to help Beit Zatoun keep financially self-sustaining. We need to pay the rent for this warm, beautiful and central place which has become home for so much sharing, learning and solidarity.
Please be generous - sliding scale ($50 to $20).
Guaranteed to sell out - purchase advance tickets.
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