Reem Kelani interviewed

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 01.10.2010:

Musical storytelling: Reem Kelani interviewed

Sarah Irving, The Electronic Intifada, 1 October 2010

Reem Kelani (Şahan Nuhoğlu/Roll magazine)

Watching Reem Kelani perform in front of an ecstatic crowd at Halifax's "Discover Palestine" festival, one would be forgiven for thinking that this is an artist with her career path laid out for her. She delivers stunning vocal perf(...)

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Reem Kalani, singer

Contributed by Arab Educational Institute on 20.09.2008:

Source: The Guardian

'My narrative is that I exist'

Natalie Hanman talks to the Manchester-born Palestinian singer and jazz musician about her eclectic influences and connecting with her roots

Seated in the courtyard of a cafe on west London's Portobello Road, Reem Kelani is reading aloud a poe(...)

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Palestinians in Britain

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 08.03.2008:

By Ghada Karmi

The British Palestinian community constitutes one of the most important of the Palestinian diaspora. This is not because of its size, which is not accurately known as we will see below, but because of its prominence in the professional, journalistic, and political fields; and also for the fact that several major Arabic-language newspapers, for which Palestinians write, a(...)

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Reem Kelani: Telling the Palestinian narrative through song

Contributed by Toine Van Teeffelen on 02.10.2006:

Susannah Tarbush, The Electronic Intifada, 11 July 2006

The debut CD of Palestinian singer Reem Kelani - "Sprinting Gazelle: Palestinian Songs from the Motherland and the Diaspora" - is a major contribution from this remarkable singer, musical researcher and broadcaster towards reviving and spreading Palestinian culture.

In the weeks since "Sprinting Gazelle" was released in the(...)

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