A concert, for which Reem will be accompanied by the masterful Bruno Heinen on piano.
05 November 2016 to 05/11/2016, 1.15pm
Reem will be taking part in Women of the World (WOW) Bradford.
She will give a singing workshop from 13.15 - 14.15. This will take place in the Oak Room next to Kala Sangam,
She will take part in a panel discussion: Activism Without Borders from 14.45 - 15.45. This will take place in Bradford Cathedral.
Also on the panel Malia Bouattia (NUS), Mama Congozzi (Congo Campaign, nominated for Nobel Peace Prize), Sasha Bhat (Kashmir Campaign) Chaired by Martha Spurrier, new Director of Liberty.
Concert by Reem with her trio of talented musicians, comprising Birmingham born, Bruno Heinen, on piano, Birmingham educated Ryan Trebilcock on double bass, and fellow Manchester born Jon Scott on drums..
Reem's concert will mark the release of her latest album Reem Kelani: Live at the Tabernacle, which was based on a memorable concert she gave in the same venue on 22 November 2012.
It comes ahead of the main Nour Festival (20 Oct to 8 Nov) and in the words of the Festival, the concert is "in celebration of Reem's music and in recognition of her achievements in music globally as well as locally within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea."
For this concert, Reem will present new repertoire, including songs from Palestine, Kuwait, Egypt and the American South. She will be accompanied by her trio of Bruno Heinen on piano, Ryan Trebilcock on double bass and Antonio Fusco on drums.
Alongside the Rev Garth Hewitt, Reem will perform a set at a special event organised by Amos Trust in support of the Alrowwad Theatre in Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem.
Reem will be accompanied by Al MacSween on piano.
Reem will be performing live in the studio with her band and talking to Lopa Kothari about her music.
22 June 2016, TBC
Monte Carlo Doualiya (Radio Monte Carlo Int.)
Reem in interview with Alya Qadaih, with songs from her Live at the Tabernacle album. A link to the programme will be posted shortly.
19 June 2016, 6.15-7pm
As part of Refugee Week, and in association with Counterpoints Arts and Meltdown Festival, Reem will headline the external stage in front of the Southbank Centre. The programme for this stage runs from 2-7pm. Alongside the Meltdown Festival itself, the programme is curated by Guy Garvey.