Alexandria Opera House
Both concerts will be held under tight precautionary measures to battle COVID-19.
The Spanish group is the first foreign band to perform in the new season, and they will present the Fiesta Flamenca show for five nights starting on October 14.
During the concert, students of the guitar class, trained by Ahmed Abdel Rahman, will perform an anthology of distinguished classic works.
Alexandria Opera’s Sayed Darwish Theater is considered the second oldest opera theater in Egypt after the Khedive Opera.
The concert presents a variety of masterpieces of the fine art era.
The concert’s program includes an anthology of his most famous songs including “Balash el-Malama” and “Helm Omry”.
Some vacationers enjoy entering theaters and cinemas beside their visits to the beaches and resorts.
The show deals with the legend of the marriage of Geb, the god of the earth, and Nut, the goddess of heaven, that led to the birth of Isis and Osiris.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem is launching a major artistic celebration organized by the Egyptian Opera House on the occasion of the centenary of establishing Sayed Darwish Theater in Alexandria.
The concert will be presented by the Alexandria Opera Troupe for Arabic Music and Singing, led by Maestro Ihab Abdel Hamid.
The group performed many concerts in various cultural venues in Egypt and succeeded in forming a wide fan base.
On March 24 at 6:30 p.m., the governorate of Alexandria will organize the celebration of the Egyptian women, in the presence of Governor of Alexandria Mohammad el-Sharif, at Alexandria Opera House’s Sayed Darwish Theater.
On March 12 at 8 p.m., Cairo Opera House will host a concert for the Alexandria Opera Ensemble for Arabic Music and Singing, led by Maestro Abdel Hamid Abdel Ghaffar.
The concert brings back memories of the singing state of the 1990s.
During the concert, Khalil presents a new and distinct artistic program that is totally different from the usual form of presenting oriental music mixed with jazz. The concert will be held under the slogan “Original Jazz”.
The Egyptian Opera House is organizing the Alexandria Opera Cinema Club in cooperation with the National Film Center and the Russian Center for Science and Culture in Alexandria, on December 25 at 7 p.m.
The concert’s program includes an anthology of musical varieties of major composers and singers in Egypt and the Arab world.
The Egyptian Opera House celebrates the birth anniversary of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) through two concerts held in Cairo and Alexandria opera houses on October 28 – 29.
The Egyptian Opera House, headed by Magdy Saber, will host a concert for the singer Nouran Abu Talib on Oct. 11 at 8:00 p.m. at the Alexandria Opera House.
The concert will be performed by Kenzi, Ibrahim Rashid, Aya Abdullah, Mohamed Hassan, Mustafa Najdi and Nihad Fat-hi.