Event: Jasmine Call

22 Jan

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I have heard about this event a week ago and was surprised how come I havent read about it online, but that’s beside the point, the point is it’s a good cause and am sharing it with you to spread the word and maybe you would be interested to join.

“Under the patronage of the Minister of Information Sheikh Salman AlHumood AlSabah, the Women’s Cultural and Social Society is inviting you to participate in the “Jasmine Call” concert, a fund-raising event that aims to provide relief aid to four million displaced people in Syria to rescue them from hunger and cold. Your Contribution will provide them with the least basic needs as food, shelter, milk, medication and clothing.”

The first event – 26th January at 7:30 PM:
A concert performed by the global composer and pianist Malek Jandali
Gulf University for Science and Technology (GUST), Mishref.
 
The second event – 27th January at 7:30 PM:
A concert, performed by the renowned musician and oud player Naseer Shamma and an art exhibition displaying the fine works of artist Kevork  Mourad
Gulf University for Science and Technology (GUST), Mishref

Tickets cost 40KD or 30KD.

To read more about it, checkout their Facebook group, or call 24843667 ext.16 or 94987576

See you there :)

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