On Feb. 24 at 8 p.m., the 12th annual Arab Music Ensemble will take place in the Performing Arts Center.
The PAC will host a wide range of performances this February, including many musical performances.
Prices for each event varies. Some tickets are free to students. Tickets can be purchased at the Cal Poly Ticket office.
The Arab Music Ensemble created a warm and welcoming environment with its dynamic levels of audience interaction and improvisation.
“They were very complex songs, but the solos were really amazing.”
The ensemble features vocal, instrumental and dance numbers with traditional and contemporary music that stems from Arabic-speaking countries.
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“Sometimes when you go to certain temples it’s very, very crowded, but the second you tell them that you want to sing, they take you all the way up to the front where no one else can go and you get to sit there and sing in front of God.”
“This music goes straight to your heart.”
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The piece, titled, “Wings of Bliss”, was created largely through the influence of music professor’s Craig Russell’s close friend and former pastor, Mark Richardson.