To unveil his universe, he needs only a guitar and a mic. Deep and mysterious in the low notes, poignant and fragile in the high notes, his voice is an instrument that he manipulates with incredible ease. Compared to Jeff Buckley, Thom Yorke, and Leonard Cohen, this young Belgian artist manages to sublime his influences with pared-down performances and a hint of North African intonations. As a child, he listened attentively to the records of his grandfather, Moharam Fouad, an Egyptian actor and singer who found fame in the 1950s. The young Tamino was struck by the raw, sincere emotion of the Arabic songs. Now 21, it’s his turn to make the audience shiver. Tamino, who has cast his spell over the Festival programmers, gave a stunning performance this spring at the announcement of the lineup for this edition.