Cairo Symphony Orchestra [Photo: Cairo Opera House Media Office]  Cairo Symphony Orchestra [Photo: Cairo Opera House Media Office]

Egyptian Hungarian Flute Night at Cairo Opera House

Thu, Oct. 19, 2017
CAIRO – 19 October 2017: Cairo Opera House will host an Egyptian Hungarian Flute night on October 21.

The international Egyptian flutist Inas Abdel Dayem and the Hungarian flutist Peter Olah will participate together to transform the impressive Egyptian Hungarian relations into music.

Peter Olah [Photo Cairo Opera House Media Office]

The concert will be conducted by István Dénes, one of the leading Hungarian conductors.

István Dénes [Photo: Istevan Dennis]

A number of the most popular Hungarian compositions will be performed such as the “seventh symphony” of László Lajtha, “Hungarian Fantasy” of Franz Doppler, and “Concerto for Two Flutes and Orchestra.”

Abdel Dayem stated that the concert is one of the most important channels for culture and music exchange.

It is a valuable chance to meet new culture.

Inas Abdel Dayem [Photo: Cairo Opera House Media Office]

A number of high positioned Egyptian and Hungarian officials will attend the concert; in addition, the Hungarian Embassy in Cairo co-organized the event.

The concert is part of the 59th season for the Cairo Symphony Orchestra.
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