Tenor Karim Sulayman heads to the GRAMMY Awards: Going “To Hell And Back” for Songs of Orpheus”

On February 10th, Lebanese-American  tenor Karim Sulayman will walk the red carpet for the 61st Grammy Awards ceremonies. His solo debut album Songs of Orpheus received a Grammy nomination in the Best Classical Vocal Solo Album category. “I Love You To Hell And Back”: Karim’s neat encapsulation of the Orpheus myth infuses his solo recording debut. Orpheus, the greatest singer of all time, famously followed his deceased beloved Eurydice to the gates of Hades in an attempt to bring her back to life. He was thwarted by the gods who forbade him to gaze at her during their journey back to earth. He could not resist, and the tale has been told in numerous musical interpretations including those of Monteverdi and his 17th-century compatriots who are represented on this imaginative album, performed with leading baroque orchestra Apollo’s Fire.