Assi el Hallani - Egypt Today.
CAIRO – 3 November 2018: The renowned lebanese singer Assi el Hallani, the Lebanese singer Saad Ramadan and the Egyptian singer Marwa Nagy will perform on November 3 at Cairo Opera House as part of the 27th edition of the Arab Music Festival concerts.
Hallani is a renowned Lebanese singer who was born in 1970. His musical career started after winning the famous Lebanese TV program “Studio al-Fan” (Art Studio) when he was 17 years old.
Hallani has released more than a dozen albums; among his top hits are "Wani Mareq Mareet," "Amshi Lihali," "Mali Saber," "Ahebbak Gedan," "Ahla al-Oyoun," "Shoag al-Sahara," "Azabounii," "Bel Arabi," "Saalouni," "Ya Memah" and "Kayed Ozzalak".
November 1, 2018 witnessed the inauguration of one of the most significant music festivals in the Arab World which is the Arab Music Festival.
The festival was inaugurated by Minister of Culture, Inas Abdel Dayem, in the Cairo Opera House's Grand Hall.
The Arab Music Festival will run until Nov. 12. The festival will be attended by a large number of singing stars of the Arab World.
One of the main surprises of the festival is the participation of veteran Lebanese singer and soprano Majida el-Roumi, after a long hiatus of performing concerts in Egypt.
Within the festival’s program, Tunisian singer Latifa who performed on Nov. 2, Lebanese singer Rami Ayach is set to perform on Nov. 4 and Lebanese singer Wael Jassar is scheduled to perform on Nov. 10.
Additionally, Tunisian singer Saber Rebai and famed Kuwaiti singer Nawal will perform on Nov, 12.
It is worth noting that the promising talents; Reham Abdel Hakim and Nehal Nabil will also perform in the festival.
The 27th edition of the festival will consist of 43 concerts held in seven theatres:
- Grand Hall
- Small Hall
- Arab Music Institute
- National Theatre
- Damanhour Theatre
- Alexandria Theatre
- Tanta Theatre
A total of 72 singers from eight Arab countries will participate in the festival this year. The management of Cairo Opera House, headed by Magdy Saber, decided to name the 27th edition of the festival after late veteran Egyptian actress and singer, Shadya.