Who is Farah Al Dibani, the Egyptian who dazzled the audience at the 2022 World Cup final?

Who is Farah Al Dibani, the Egyptian who dazzled the audience at the 2022 World Cup final?
Who is Farah Al Dibani, the Egyptian who dazzled the audience at the 2022 World Cup final?

The Egyptian actress Farah Al Dibani appeared today, in the 2022 World Cup final, which is currently taking place between Argentina and France, where she sang the French national anthem in the presence of a huge audience, and caught the eye because of the beauty of her voice and her dazzling performance at Lusail Stadium.

And kora plus reviews information about the Egyptian Farah Al Dibani, who appeared in the World Cup final today:

Farah Al Dibani was born in Alexandria in 1989, and comes from a family that loves art and classical music.

– Farah Al Dibani learned to play the piano at the Conservatoire, then joined the German Saint Charles School, and there the music teacher discovered her voice, which is suitable for opera.

Farah Al-Dibani holds a master’s degree in art from the Berlin University of the Arts, in addition to a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Berlin University of Technology.

– Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi honored her in more than one forum, and she was honored at the World Youth Forum 2021.

This was not the first appearance of Farah, in which she sparked controversy and spread a state of fascination and admiration around her, especially from the French masses, but last April she appeared singing at Macron’s victory ceremony under the presidency of France and performed the French national anthem at the time, and from everyone’s extreme fascination with her, President Emmanuel kissed her hands .

Farah El Dibani is the first Egyptian singer to join the Paris Opera Academy in 2016.

The French Embassy in Cairo awarded her the French Medal of Arts and Letters, with the rank of Knight, which is an award given to distinguished personalities through their creativity in the artistic or literary field, or through their contributions to the prosperity of arts and literature in France and the world.

– Farah Al Dibani was invited to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of UNESCO, and at that time she sang the song The Nightingale Abdel Halim Hafez and the life and joys of my heart in 2021.

Farah Al Dibani won a number of creative awards, such as the third prize in the Giulio Perotti International Singing Competition in 2013, the Kammeroper Schloss Ransberg Festival Prize in 2017, and the Wagner Foundation Award in 2018.

Farah Al-Dibani was also crowned the best young operatic talent by Oberinfelt magazine.

The article is in Arabic

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