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Hassan Khan "El Wahda Elkebeera" ("The Big One"), at Palais Bahia Marrakech
Special Concert at the Opening of "A Proposal for Articulating Works and Places", an Exhibition Curated by Abdellah Karroum at Palais Bahia as part of the 3rd AiM International Biennale Festival 2009.

The Big One opening concert by Hassan Khan, 19/11/2009, Palais Bahia, Marrakech.

R22 Art Radio presents Hassan Khan live in concert with his latest set The Big One new wave synth-shaabi and toneworks

راديو الشقة 22 يقدم حسن خان مع أجدد انتاجاته الموسيقية الواحدة الكبيرة سهرة مع شعب

مصري معاصر و صوتيات إلكترونية

Hassan Khan performs the concert, The Big One. Khan’s latest set is based upon the juxtaposition of original heavy hardcore synth-based experimental shaabi work-outs with delicately wrought tonal compositions. All live instruments were generated in a series of late-night recording sessions with shaabi musicians and arrangers, in a music studio way past its prime but with an excellent sound engineer on the mixing board.

HASSAN KHAN (b, 1975, lives and works in Cairo) Hassan Khan is an artist, writer, and musician. His work frequently addresses the mediation of society upon the construction of identity and the self through his use of image, text, installation, and sound. He has composed music for multiple theatrical productions and has widely performed his own pieces. He also released the album, tabla dubb. His work has also been included in international group shows including the Istanbul Biennial and the Thessaloniki Biennial, as well as in solo shows such as at Gezira Art Center (Cairo) and Gasworks (London).

- See an extract of Hassan Khan’s concert at 100live electronic music festival 2009

Concert organized with R22 Art Radio and L’appartement 22, with the support of Janelly and Jean-René Fourtou Foundation, Marrakech.

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