Lebanese contralto Fadia el-Hage started her musical career at the young age of fourteen as a singer with the Rahbani brothers and with Fairoux. She is now one of the few artists to combine western and mid-eastern classical music, with a repertoire of works ranging from the Middle Ages to contemporary times.

Tonight, Fadia brings her talent to Lincoln Center, as she performs at the White Light Festival’s Late Night Elegy.