The highly talented Hiba Tawaji is starting the festival, accompanied by maestro Ousama El Rahbani. Through their joint performances, Hiba Tawaji and Ousama El Rahbani have showcased the beauty of Lebanese music and theater, blending their talents to create captivating and immersive artistic experiences.
With his diverse musical background, which includes classical training and influences from Armenian and Middle Eastern music, Guy Manoukian has created a unique style that fuses various genres. With multiple performances in Lebanon this summer, the energy will be amazing in the heart of Byblos, right next to the beach.
Aleph Abi Saad, pianist, composer, and arranger, is bringing his orchestra to the Byblos Festival stage. After touring the world and playing in the Olympia de Paris, the ensemble will stop in Byblos to enchant the audience with mesmerizing sounds and melodies.
This is a full-circle moment for the Philokalia Choir since their first big concert occurred in Byblos a few years back. Led by Sister Marana, the ensemble has gained recognition for its exceptional renditions of sacred choral music.
Byblos International Festivals prides itself on being a significant cultural and sustainable event that has kick-started numerous talents. With attendance numbers expected to be the same as in 2018, make sure to grab your tickets!