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Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?

An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.


Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.


And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.


"Best Young Operatic Talent"

In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.


Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.



Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.

Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron? An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Who is the Egyptian Farrah El Dibany who sang the French national anthem in front of Macron?  An Egyptian opera singer, born Farrah El Dibany 33 years ago in Alexandria, is the one who performed yesterday evening, Sunday, the ceremony of French President Emmanuel Macron's victory in the elections for a second term, where she sang the French national anthem La Marseillaise. We see it in the video presented below.  Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.  And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.  "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.  Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.   Farrah El Dibany, who holds a BA in Arts from the Hanns-Eisler Academy of Music in Berlin, is the first foreign "soprano" to salute someone's victory in the French presidency, according to what Al-Arabiya.net read about her in a few lines on the website of the local newspaper Libération. She is also the first foreigner to perform in a presidential ceremony the anthem "La Marseille", which is known as one of the oldest in the world. It was written and adopted in 1795 in the glory of the French Revolution.    And they wrote in some French media about Farrah El Dibany, according to what they published her first name, that since 2016 she joined the Opera Academy in Paris, and after 3 years she won her famous award for operatic singing, as the first Egyptian singer to receive it. As for agencies, we find many achievements in the record of Farrah El Dibany, who sang the role of Cornelia in Handel's opera "Julius Caesar" at the Cairo Opera House.    "Best Young Operatic Talent" In 2013, she won the third prize from the "Guillou Perotti" international competition for operatic singing, and a year later appeared as Ramiro in Mozart's "Garden Girl" opera, as well as as "Dido" in Henry Purcell's "Didon and Enni", and as the title role in the opera "Carmen". Georges Bizet, so the German magazine "Opera World" described her as the best young operatic talent.    Farrah El Dibany grew up in a musical family environment, and she was accustomed since her childhood to listening to the music that her parents loved, which is classical music, while her grandfather was a pianist, whom she started learning when she was 7 years old, and at the age of 14 she began receiving vocal training with the famous Egyptian opera singer, Nevin Allouba, so the effort resulted in the emergence of a first-class Arab opera star.


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