Tue, 22 Jun 2021 - 12:17 GMT
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CAIRO – 22 June 2021: On June 24 at 8 p.m. in Cairo’s Opera Fountain Theater, the Egyptian Opera House will organize, in cooperation with the French Cultural Center, a concert for the Egyptian international mezzosoprano Farrah el-Dibany, which will be held under the title “Mediterranean Journey” accompanied by the orchestra “les cordes croisées”, which includes a group of Egyptian and French musicians.
The concert’s program includes unique selections from the most famous Arab lyrical works by great singers, including Asmahan, Fairouz, Dalida, in addition to excerpts from the most famous French and Spanish operas, which were redistributed by musician Ahmed el-Mogy and directed by musician Mostafa Fahmy.
Farrah el-Dibany is the first Egyptian and Arab girl to sing at the Paris Opera. She received many international awards, including the Wagner Foundation Award after being selected as the best young operatic talent by the Opera World magazine in Germany and the Hassan Kamy Award. Dibani was honored by the Paris Opera in 2019, in addition to being honored by the Youth Conference and Nile University.