Announcing the news through their Facebook page, the international classical music label shouted out the Egyptian singer in a warming message 'Welcome to the Warner Classics Family, Fatma Said!" further on mentioning that exclusive recording artist Said's debut album will be released later this year. Studying Opera at Berlin's Hanns Eisler School of Music and Milan's Accademia Del Teatro alla Scala, Said has been playing countless international stages while snatching impressive titles such as BBC's New Generation Artist of 2016 as well as first place at the 8th edition of the prestigious Dublin-based competition Veronica Dunne.Joining the likes of Tunisian songstress Ghalia Ben Ali as one of the represented Arab artists on the reputable label, the 29-year-old Egyptian soprano has cemented herself as an internationally acclaimed opera competitor with her ethereal vocal performances captivating the public. 
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