Europe 1 1:20 p.m., December 17, 2022
Egyptian singer Farrah El-Dibany will perform the French anthem for the World Cup final this Sunday in Doha, which opposes France to Argentina.
It was she who sang on April 24 during the re-election of Emmanuel Macron.
Lyrical singer Farrah El-Dibany will perform "la Marseillaise" this Sunday in Doha, before the start of the match between the Blues and Argentina.
The Egyptian singer is known for having sung during the re-election of Emmanuel Macron on April 24 at the Champ de Mars.
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Mezzo-soprano, the young woman, a graduate of the Hanns Eisler Music Academy in Berlin, joined the Paris Opera in 2016. She has won numerous prizes and was decorated with a knighthood of the Order of Arts and Letters last April.
INFO @Europe1: Egyptian singer Farrah El-Dibany will perform the Marseillaise for the World Cup final in Doha.
It was she who sang on April 24 for the re-election of Emmanuel Macron.
— Jacques Vendroux (@JacquesVendroux) December 17, 2022
The World Cup final will take place this Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Lusail stadium in Doha.
All eyes will therefore be on the country, where the Argentinian Lionel Messi could lift his first World Cup.
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As for the Blues, who could win their third star, concern persists after several players fell ill with a virus.
The presence of Raphaël Varane and Ibrahima Konaté in the field remains particularly uncertain.