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Galilee Quartet concert programme

The Galilee Quartet will be performing in Sutton on Monday 6 October.

The internationally renowned string quartet, made up of three brothers and one sister from Galilee, will play classical and arabic music. See attached flyer.

The concert will be followed by a question and answer session with Omar Sa’ad, viola player and conscientious objector, who will speak about the story behind the Quartet.

The concert will take place on Monday 6 October, doors open 7pm for a 7.30 start, at Sutton Grammar School (in the Drama Studio, entrance off Greyhound Road, Sutton, SM1 4AN).

The programme is shown below.

There is no advance entry charge, donations will be taken on the night.

Attendees must reserve a place by email to salehmamon@hotmail.com or by text message to 07931 786134.

Concert Programme

Buorree 1st and 2nd from the 3rd cello suite by J. S. Bach (solo viola)

Sarabande in D minor from the 2nd partita for violin by J. S. Bach (solo violin)

Por Una Cabeza – Tango from ‘Scent Of A Woman’ by Carlos Gardel

Pirates Of The Caribbean – movie melody

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik K.525 Allegro and Menuet (Allegretto) by W. A. Mozart

Paloma (Tango)

El Cumbanchero (samba) by R. H. Marin

Two oriental Arabic songs:
Arde am bit’ase by Wadi Al Safi.
Raj’aeen ya hawa raj’aeen by Fairouz.

Followed by:

Q&A session with Omar Sa’ad, viola player and conscientious objector

Facilitated by Doris Richards, Sutton for Peace and Justice and the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel

Presented by Sutton for Peace and Justice in association with Amnesty International  UK

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