Lebanese Student Association presents moving recital

A piano rested at center-stage, carefully nestled under the spotlight before the audience. As the house lights were gradually dimmed, the audience’s calm chattering immediately stopped and a throb of silent excitement took its place. It was time for the magic of Lebanese pianist Rami Khalif

A piano rested at center-stage, carefully nestled under the spotlight before the audience. As the house lights were gradually dimmed, the audience’s calm chattering immediately stopped and a throb of silent excitement took its place. It was time for the magic of Lebanese pianist Rami Khalif

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