Award-winning singer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist from Syria, Lena Chamamyan revives Syrian, Armenian and Bahraini folkloric songs with modern styles and arrangements, creating an unforgettable link between oriental classic compositions and contemporary world music.
Her musical arrangements and vocals provide a unique perspective of her strengths and experiences, skillfully incorporating jazz, fado, as well as Latin and African music, and even opera elements. Singing in Arabic, Armenian, Syriac, English, French, and Italian, Lena Chamamyan has come to be renowned as one of the leading singers of her generation and as one of the most innovative voices to emerge within contemporary Syrian music.
This concert is in support of Breast Cancer Hope, a vital organisation dedicated to funding research to improve the lives of women with breast cancer.
Saturday 20 October 2018, 7.30pm
Venue: Cadogan Hall
To book tickets please click here: http://www.cadoganhall.com/event/lena-chamamyan/
Breast Cancer Hope provided a grant of £29000 to Cardiff-China medical research collaborative Unit at Cardiff University to support molecular science research in the field of breast cancer including the role of the immune system in fighting breast cancer.
Breast cancer hope provided a grant of £100,000 to sponsor Dr Hanna Linne to complete a PhD thesis at Brunel Institute of cancer genetics and pharmacogenomics in the field of telomerase control. The key paper from the thesis was published in highly regarded Journal Oncotarget and the findings enhance our understanding of cancer and opened new avenues for cancer treatment research