Ghalia Benali  (zang) Laurent Blondiau  (trompet) Guillaume Orti  (saxofoon) Jeroen Van Herzeele  (saxofoon) Michel Massot  (trombone;tuba) Moufadhel Adhoum  (oud) João Lobo  (drums) Mâäk
De Werf, 2017
1 cd + blaadje
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About Ghalia Benali

Ghalia Benali (born December 21, 1968) is a Tunisian singer, songwriter, writer, and graphic designer. Her music has been noted for its links to multiple genres and defining contemporary Arabic music. Benali's southern Tunisian upbringing and fascination with Middle Eastern and Arab legendary artists is palpable in her music style. Her voice has been dubbed as multicultural and polymorphic.

Born in Brussels (Belgium), and raised in Zarzis, Tunisia, Benali embarked on her music career in the early 90s, during the rise of world music phenomena that exposed her to different cultures and philosophies. After finishing her science and mathematics studies at the age of 19, Benali returned to Brussels to study graphic design at the Institut Saint-Luc of Graphic Arts. Soon she became a widely recognized songstress in Europe, and in 2012 she made her debut on an Arab stage.

Some of the most prominent projects Benali has worked on are Kaficha…Read more on Wikipedia