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Camille Maalawy performs in Silk Moth at Grimeborn 2019 from 9 to 11 August 2019 at London’s Arcola Theatre. More information and tickets
As part of the promotion for Silk Moth, Camille was interviewed for Meet The Artist  by @CrossEyedPiano
Read the full interview here

Friday March 5th 2010, reviewed by Peter Grahame Woolf:
Lama’s two songs to texts form Darwish’s
Yatirou-I Haanou felt like extended accompanied recitative, expressively presented by an excellent versatile mezzo Camille Maalawy, whose repertoire represents her “passion for embracing music from many cultures”.

Other Notable Performances:
Concert performances have included Music Beyond Frontiers, a concert of Arabic and Jewish music with Hilda Bronstein, as part of the Sing London Festival; a recital to support the Friends of Bereaved Families Forum: Israeli-Palestinian Families for Peace (LSO St. Lukes); Murder in the Cathedral (Iris Theatre); the world premiere of Song of Songs (Ken Burton); concerts with the Choir of London, under the baton of John Rutter and performances for the charity Hafla which promotes Middle-Eastern co-existence.
Recent engagements have included Camille’s debut at the Wigmore Hall singing songs by the Palestinian composer, Patrick Lama; a premiere of a new work for the Ekon Greek Music Festival and of a song cycle by Julian Dawes; a performance with the Lincoln Noel Trio; recitals at St. Pancras Parish Church, St. Ethelburga’s Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, Arts Depot, Finchley and a series of concerts with the London Vintage Jazz Orchestra.