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Event Details


Tareq Elgendi and Nasser Salama

El Sawy Culturewheel hosts a duet live musical concert from jordan lead by both the Oud player "Tareq Elgendi" and the percussionist "Nasser Salama", on stage they're going to present charming music pieces like: "Taheya Ela Bakh", "Wust Elbalad" and "Raqset Elsaba'h".

About the artist




Tareq Jundi

Born in Amman 1983. He has started learning Oud at the age of 11 when he joined the preparatory section in the Jordan Academy for Music. Taught by many Jordanian and Arab Oud Masters.

In 2007, he completed his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology, after that he was awarded a scholarship from the Greater Amman Municipality to complete his BA in music performance at the National Music Conservatory; he finished his MA degree at the University of Jordan in music education.

In 2009, he ranked the second place in the International oud competition held at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik/Lebanon. In 2013, he got a special prize from the International Maqam festival as a composer and Oud player which was held in Baku/Azerbaijan. In 2015, he got second place at the International Maqam contest which was held in Baku/Azerbaijan.

 In 2016, he was honored by the Jordanian ministry of culture as a Jordanian contemporary musician and a tree was planted with his name at the innovation forest.

 In 2016, he received the Ministry of Culture's Award for Musical Achievement. He has many compositions and studies for the Oud as well as compositions for the eastern ensemble (Takht), music for plays, children’s songs and music for TV shows.

Tareq released five albums: Bayna Bayn 2008, Music from Amman 2012, Terhaal 2013, Melodies from my childhood 2015 and Sowar 2015

 He conducted, composed, played with many bands and represented Jordan and participated in many festivals in Jordan and abroad.


Nasser Salameh


One of the most important percussion players in the region.

He is an expert in the Arabic percussion instruments and, he is also highly experienced with Latin percussion including Congas and

Bongos, Cajon, and many other percussion instruments from all over the world.

Nasser played with many regional and international bands. 

In 2013, he got a special prize from International Maqam festival which held in Baku/Azerbaijan with Tareq Jundi

In 2015, he got the second award in Maqam contest in Azerbaijan with Tareq Jundi

He finished his MA in music education at the University of Jordan.

Nasser represented Jordan in many local and international festivals