Copthorne Kuwait City Hotel hosts Hala February Festival rehearsals

"Famed" singers from the Arab world performed rehearsals at the Kuwait hotel

Abadi Jawhar with the assistant front office manager.
Abadi Jawhar with the assistant front office manager.

Copthorne Hotel Kuwait City recently hosted the rehearsals of the “top” 13 Arab singers who participated in ‘Hala February Festival 2019’.

The singers included Mohammed Abdu, Abdullah Abdallah Al Rowaished, Shirin Abdulwahab, Wael Kfoury, Nabil Shuail, Majid Al Muhandes, Najwa Karam, Assala, Mutref Al-Mutref, Hussein Al Jassmi, Angham, Nawal El Kuwaitia and Abadi Jawhar.  

The hotel was also home for five artists including Wael Kfoury, Najwa Karam, Mutref Al-Mutref, Angham and Abadi Jawhar.

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Organized by Rotana Production Company, ‘Hala February 2019’ was inaugurated on 1 February by Mohammed Abdu and concluded by Abadi Jawhar and Nawal El Kuwaitia on 22  February.

The concerts were held in The Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Centre (JACC), known as the Kuwait Opera House.

Alaa Selim, general manager, Copthorne Kuwait City Hotel, said: “It was a great honour to host the top great voices of the Arab world. We ensured that they had a wonderful stay at our hotel, and the staff was so excited for facilitating ‘Hala February Festival 2019’.”

The festival of ‘Hala February’, which means ‘welcome February', is held in commemoration of the liberation of Kuwait, which is marked on 26 February each year.


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