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The Political Consequences of American Romanticism
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A View of Islam in the Eighth Century
The Need for Dialogue Between Religions
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Amulets and Talismans at the AUB Museum
Living with Animals: To Prevent Torture and the Impact of War
Women's Auxiliary Holiday Luncheon
Home of Hope Orphans Tour AUB Medical Center
Italian Opera Recital at Assembly Hall
Strengthening Ukraine and Lebanese Relations with Music
AUB Music Club Concert
From Sufi Chant to Oriental Jazz
AUB Choir and Choral Society Celebrate Christmas
Benefit Christmas Concerts Help Ayadina Center
Red Cross Club Forms Human Ribbon
January 2008 Vol. 9 No. 4

Strengthening Ukraine and Lebanese Relations with Music

Tatiana Primak-Khoury at the keyboard

On the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and Lebanon, the Embassy of Ukraine in collaboration with AUB hosted a piano recital by musician Tatiana Primak-Khoury on December 15 at Assembly Hall. The virtuoso delivered an exquisite rendition of musical masterpieces from the works of Chopin, Beethoven, Bach, Brahms, and others-all classical favorites of the audience.

Tatiana Primak-Khoury was a student of renowned Professor Riabov at the Kyiv Tchaikovsky Higher Music Conservatory, where she received her diploma with high distinction. She has participated in concerts throughout Lebanon and the entire Middle East, as well as in Europe, and received several awards for her talents. She has been performing since 1987 at the rate of almost forty concerts per year. As the artist-in-residence of the University of Balamand, she also teaches piano at the Higher Conservatory of Music in Lebanon.