Women’s Voices Series

Emel WP
Photo by Amber Grey

April 16, 2024 – SOLD OUT! NEW SHOW ADDED APRIL 15

Public Records – 233 Butler Street, Brooklyn 

Doors: 7 PM | Show: 8 PM 

Advance $25 | Doors $30 – Tickets will go on sale soon 

Standing Room with very limited seating 

Emel Mathlouthi is a Tunisian-American singer-songwriter, composer, performer, and producer whose music has crossed time, countries, and continents. She rose to fame in 2012 with her protest song “Kelmti Horra” (My Word Is Free), the title track from her album Kelmti Horra, and became the voice of the Arab Spring. In 2016, she performed “Kelmti Horra” at the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony, marking a pivotal moment in her journey with this powerful song. Emel continues her exploration into developing a sound that is unique to her and features electronic music loaded with North African references, complex rhythms, and light-dark atmospheres.

The WOMEN’S VOICES series celebrates the role that female artists play in the preservation and promotion of their respective cultures and traditions.