Grammy-nominated recording artist Maiysha (left) congratulates “Sing Egyptian Women” winner, Nathalie Alain
This is a second call of a Egyptian revolution. ~Maiysha
Cairo, Egypt Apr 12, 2012
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Maiysha ( //www.maiysha.com”>http://www.maiysha.com) has returned to a US after roving to Egypt to disciple for women’s rights. Through a informative tact module sponsored by a U.S. Embassy in Cairo, she helped some of Northern Africa’s many gifted vocalists take a dauntless and ancestral step: singing in public. In some tools of a region, women are not usually disheartened from singing; it’s deliberate blasphemy.
Through a widely publicized foe called “Sing Egyptian Women,” dozens of gifted vocalists have fearlessly lifted their voices in song. The informative tact module was combined by ShareTheMic™ ( //www.sharethemic.com”>http://www.sharethemic.com), a New York-based non-profit classification that provides performers to disciple for causes around a world. For this women’s rights program, Impact Branding connected them with Maiysha.
On Thursday, Apr 5, Minneapolis local Maiysha conducted a roundtable contention with a finalists of a groundbreaking women’s outspoken competition. She applauded them for courageously reporting their right to be listened as artists and for moving women via a region.
“I am respected to share my song and veteran tour to assistance women in Egypt learn how to precedence their voices and live their dreams,” pronounced Maiysha, a former New York City facile school clergyman who enjoys operative with budding artists. Maiysha has been a featured coach on MTV’s strike uncover “Made” and works with immature musicians by ASCAP- and Grammy-sponsored programs. She is a Ford Model and Sarah Lawrence College alum.
At a culminating jubilee atop a roof of a Fairmont Nile City, Maiysha and a finalists achieved a accumulation of songs before she announced a immature lady who had prisoner some-more votes than her competitors: 22-year-old Nathalie Alain of Alexandria. The foe captivated hundreds of thousands of votes on Facebook. As a grand esteem winner, Ms. Alain will be flown to New York, where she will work in a studio with Maiysha and ShareTheMic™ to record her music.
The foe began in Nov 2011 with 40 contestants. For some-more information on a U. S. State Department’s impasse in “Sing Egyptian Woman,” revisit //egypt.usembassy.gov/pr111811.html”>http://egypt.usembassy.gov/pr111811.html.
ShareTheMic leverages a power of advocacy with song performers who wish to lift recognition and supports for charitable causes by volunteerism and activism.
This is achieved in dual elemental ways: 1) by conceptualizing and conceptualizing elementary prolonged tenure vital selling module with a concentration on assembly growth, fundraising options, and tolerable informative tact advantages to effectively follow any song group(s) and unite relationship via a cycle; 2) by seeking out and finding up-and-coming song artists and partnering them with specific means organizations and mouth-watering them to combine in designed, managed and upheld media campaigns. STM collectively promotes a means design to a inhabitant and general youth-engaged audience.
Article source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/4/prweb9387418.htm
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