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Music Collective Beirut Open Stage Launches Online Platform

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“To further its vision of showcasing and promoting as best as it can the local talent”, the Musical Collective “Beirut Open Stage” has launched its online platform.

Their new website, which compliments their YouTube channel, allows live viewing of performances as well as staying up to date with their latest events and spotlights. Aspiring artists can also apply and have their talent recognized by the ever-growing community that is Lebanon’s crazy artists.

Beirut Open Stage has been a leading advocate in promoting some of Lebanon's greatest bands and singers, including Adonis, Allen Haze, BandAgeCharlie RayneEileen Khatchadourian, Elepheel, Etyen, FareeQ el Atrash, Flum Project, Halib el Nawar, Jammit The Band, Joy Fayad, Karim Khneisser, Lazzy Lung, Loopstache, Mashrou’ Leila, Maya AghniadisMichelle & Noel Keserwany, OAK, Pindoll, Poly, PostCards, Rama's Whisper, Ramly, Sae Lis’, Sandmoon, Scrambled Eggs, Split Second, Tania Saleh, Tanjaret Daghet, The Banana Cognacs, The BnB Project, The Flying Filangees, The Incompetents, The Missing Pixels, The Wanton Bishops, Vladimir Kurimilian, Wake Island, Who Killed Bruce Lee, Yasmine Hamdan, Youmna Saba and Zeid Hamdan.

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  • […] Music Collective Beirut Open Stage Launches Online Platform Posted 19 May 2014 15:29 GMT. BOS cover Photo. “To further its vision of showcasing and promoting as best as it can the local talent”, the Musical Collective “Beirut Open Stage” has launched its online platform. Their new website, which compliments … Read more on Global Voices Online […]

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