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Chantal Chamandy

by Archives September 4, 2007

Chantal Chamandy made her mark last spring when she released Love Needs You, an adult-contemporary album balanced between themes of love and lust. Picture if you will, Celine Dion’s pop radio-chum sound with culture, class, sass and brains. Chamandy infuses her music with culture and influences from both east and west from the Arabian vibed platinum single “I Want You” to the Spanish splashed “Music of the Moon” fit for J.Lo’s pre-gangsta breakthrough On the 6. (Remember the Latin ditties?) In Chamandy’s case, please note: this beauty writes her own songs.
Headstrong and willing, Chamandy set her heart on a vision and will be seeing this dream through on Sept. 7. The Egyptian-born Montrealer will perform at the foot of the pyramids on the Giza plateau in Egypt.
A massive sectional stage will be assembled in front of The Great Pyramid of Giza and the Sphinx. The stage is set to hold the Cairo Symphony Orchestra, Chamandy’s band, an ensemble of dancers and the star who dares to dream and aim far and high.
Lending their talents to this exceptional event is a gifted crew made up of the likes of producer, director Gerard Pullicino (Madonna, Celine Dion, Joe Cocker), set designer Guy St-Amour (Cirque du Soleil), lighter designer Matthieu Larrivee (Diana Krall, Alanis Morissette) and choreographer Genevi

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