The “Earth’s Voice Night” concert, dedicated to honoring the late singer Talal Maddah at the Mohammed Abdo Arena, witnessed yesterday, Wednesday, February 1, a large media presence, as the Media Center in Riyadh Calendar hosted a group of local and Arab media professionals to attend this great event in Boulevard Riyadh City.
The hosted media professionals included prominent names from many Arab media outlets who covered the exceptional event and closely observed the career of one of the most important Arab singers over the past decades. This contributed to the coverage of the ceremony on many Arab and international channels, newspapers and websites.
The guests of Riyadh Calendar Media Center were offered excellent services. They were provided with all the means that helped them carry out their tasks. Moreover, dozens of cameras and all the needs related to various media disciplines were provided to them.
The concert is the largest gathering of Arab artists in the Middle East. More than 43 artists participated in the concert, in the presence of many princes, high officials, poets, musicians, media professionals and athletes who knew Talal Maddah and remember many situations they shared with him.
The ceremony was attended by media teams from Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Bahrain, Kuwait, Algeria, and many other Arab countries. More than 100 artists expressed their willingness to participate in the concert, turning the Lavender Carpet area in Boulevard Riyadh City into an area for a rare gathering of prominent Arab artists and media professionals.
The vast presence of the Arab media at the ceremony was due to the association of the late Talal Maddah with many Arab countries, which served as various stations in his career, culminating in immortal works and exceptional presence in a number of Arab and international capitals.
The media professionals who attended the ceremony had a unique opportunity to meet a large number of Arab stars from the Arab Gulf countries, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, Syria, and all parts of the Arab world, which is difficult to repeat over many years.