Natacha Atlas, not your typical Levantine
On an interview with the singer that barely took place, on the complex cultural perspectives offered by essayist Jacqueline Kahanoff, and on the death of this writer’s father.
It was supposed to be a regular, in-depth interview with the singer Natacha Atlas, from Belgium, about whom I’d already written before her concert at the Mediterranee Festival in Ashdod this past May. Our meeting was put off time and again because of her crowded schedule in Israel. Finally, we managed to set a time to speak on her last evening in the country. But as God, fate, the stars on high and other natural...
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