The ceremony held all the headlines of success, sophistication, and excellence, accompanied by healthy precautions to prevent the emerging epidemic of Corona virus.
Through a message of love and support from the Emirates, Hussein Al Jasmi participated with the Lebanese people in a televised live broadcast via the Lebanese MTV channel, during which he expressed his congratulations and love for Lebanon and his army on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of its establishment.
With his voice, accompanied by artist Michel Fadel, he performed the piano instrument, “I Love You, Lebanon”, by Mrs. Fayrouz, as part of a festive evening called “Karmalik Ya Watan”.
Al-Jasmi’s participation to the Lebanese constituted a positive message of hope for love and peace. The Lebanese people interacted with them thanks and love, affirming that they shared it with the UAE, with the same love and respect.
Al-Jasmi’s concert at the Dubai Opera came as part of the celebrations and activities of the Dubai Summer Festival 2020, on the blessed Eid Al-Adha, a charitable party titled “The Feast and Giving Ceremony”, which will be entirely paid for by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) “A New Vision” to support the crisis of affected children. From the Corona pandemic, in cooperation with MBC Hope.
Al Jasmi expressed during the ceremony his eagerness to meet the audience, and he said: “It is true that we are now apart in the sitting, but we are close to love, close to good for the sake of children, close to making joy, thank the two countries of the Emirates for this first charitable and public concert in the world .. Thank you Dubai And thank you, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the UAE, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, for providing the opportunity to hold this ceremony. ”
Al-Jasmi was transported during the ceremony through a set of his songs, and he presented on the piano the song “I have a sun” and then followed it with his new song, which he presented for the first time after it was released two days ago “I love you for death” accompanied by shouts of interaction with the lyrics and the song’s melody, which carried the signature of the poet “high” “A musical vision, composed by Hussein Al Jasmi himself.
The Lebanese artist Yara and a group of singers of the “Sweetest Voice – The Voice Kids” program participated in the ceremony.