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I Sea You | Davos 2023 | World Economic Forum

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The opening concert, entitled “I Sea You”, is a powerful cultural message of unity and collaboration, and a call to action to world leaders and policy-makers to implement the appropriate and required agreements to protect and preserve the coral reefs of the Northern Red Sea.

“I Sea You” features exclusive performances by internationally acclaimed award-winning artists including singer, songwriter, composer and activist Noa, also known as Achinoam Nini, accompanied by her longstanding musical collaborator Gil Dor; Egyptian soprano Fatma Said, accompanied by German pianist, composer and arranger Tim Allhoff; and Jordanian virtuoso Farah Siraj, accompanied by guitarist, composer and producer Andreas Arnold.

The Morphing Chamber Orchestra features world-renowned oud virtuoso Joseph Tawadros and percussionist James Tawadros.

The concert also includes an immersive backdrop featuring footage of the Red Sea corals filmed by environmentalist and deep-sea diver Nouf Alosaimi, as well as imagery by Coral Morphologic.

The concert is supported by Intesa Sanpaolo.

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