Hamdi Makhlouf

Arabic music, Musical Artist

1980 –

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Who is Hamdi Makhlouf?

Hamdi Makhlouf, born on June 5, 1980 in Tunis, an oud player, vocalist, composer and a musicologist. Focusing on jazz and world music, Hamdi Makhlouf researches are between musical creation and Arabic modern composition.

Since 2007, Hamdi Makhlouf conducts his own projects and composes music for small groups. He performed several concerts with professional musicians and jazzmen such as tabla drummer Philippe Foch, pianists Mohamed Ali Kammoun and Vincent Lendower, bassists Saubidet Juan and Leonardo Teruggi, violinist Zied Zouari and drummer Abdesslem Gherbi. These programs were presented during many Festivals such as Musicians from Tunisia, at the palace of Baron d'Erlanger in Sidi Bou Said, in 2008, at the Egyptian Cultural Center in Paris in 2009 and 2010, and at the Instrumental Music week in Tunis in 2010.

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Born
Jun 5, 1980
Tunis
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on July 23, 2013

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