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Emel Mathlouthi: Voice of the Tunisian Revolution

Presented by The French Cultural Center at First Church in Boston, Boston MA

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Mar 10 2016
Emel Mathlouthi: Voice of the Tunisian Revolution

With a fierce, lyrical sound combining rock, trip-hop & electronica with Arabic tradition, Emel Mathlouthi’s music earned her the name “voice of the Tunisian revolution” and a performance at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. Come see why, March 10

The French Cultural Center and the Consulate General of France in Boston are thrilled to welcome firebrand Tunisian singer, songwriter and composer Emel Mathlouthi and her trio for a concert at First Church in Boston on Thursday, March 10.

Recently selected to represent Tunisia at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize Concert, Emel Mathlouthi gained world attention when her 2007 song "Kelmti Horra (My Word is Free)" was adopted by the Arab Spring revolutionaries, earning her the nickname "the voice of

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Members: $25 | Students (with valid ID): $20 | Non-members: $35 | Seating is general admission

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Doors at 6:30 PM


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66 Marlborough St., Boston, MA 02116

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