Amine Hachem: From The Mediterranean To The Americas
December 15, 2016
“A soulful and handsome young man who delivers an electrifying and thrilling performance, which brings the crowd to their feet.” – An-Nahar, Lebanon’s premiere newspaper
Back by popular demand! Amine Hachem returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below for an encore performance, having previously sold out the room. Hachem pushes the boundaries of opera music by integrating it with unconventional global sounds from around the world. His performance will take you on a journey from the shores of the Mediterranean to the southern tip of the Americas. Audience can expect everything from operatic arias and Broadway hits, to rock and roll, jazz standards and folk songs, all featuring new and fresh interpretations that have never been heard before. And of course, there will be some Christmas favorites, to kick off the season!
Amine has previously performed leading roles in operas and musicals such as La Traviata, Tosca, La Boheme, Carmen, Phantom of the Opera, and Evita and has performed for numerous heads of state, such as the President of Lebanon and the King of Jordan. He has previously performed in New York at the United Nations Concert Hall, St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, and St. Stephen’s Church. http://www.aminejhachem.com
Featuring conductor and pianist Brian Holman, a “superb partner artist” (Hudson-Catskill) hailed for his “magic baton” (Brooklyn Eagle), leading a dynamic seven-piece band. Equally at home in popular music, Brian has appeared with operatic greats in the United States, Italy and South Africa, and has enjoyed a lengthy collaboration with Amine worldwide.