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Tania Saleh


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Tania Saleh is a Lebanese singer/songwriter/visual artist, one of the rare female singers/songwriters in the Arab world and one of the most respected independent artists in the region.
Her lyrics mirror the reality of the Lebanese/Arab social and political turmoil. Since her early debut in 1990, she has experimented with various musical genres, which has resulted in a fresh and original mix of Lebanese music flavored with folk, alternative rock, bossa nova, jazz and most recently electronics.
To date, she has released 5 albums, "Tania Saleh” 2002 (self-produced), “Wehde” 2011 (self-produced), “Live at DRM” 2012 (self-produced), “Shwayit Souwar-A Few Images” 2014 (co-produced by the Norwegian label, KKV) and "Intersection" 2017 (co-produced by the Norwegian label, KKV).
She wrote the song lyrics for two of Lebanese director Nadine Labaki’s feature films “Caramel” 2007 and “Where Do We Go Now?” 2011, and co-wrote the title song of Philip Araktinji’s “Heritages” 2014. Many of her songs have been used in various television and radio programs, online journals and film soundtracks worldwide.
She performed live in various venues of the world including the Barbican Centre (UK) Institut du Monde Arabe (France), The Nobel Peace Centre and Oslo World (Norway), The Roxy & Arlington Festival (USA), Kulturhuset Stadsteatern and Stallet (Sweden) and many others.‬
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