The Nile Troupe for Folk Instruments, affiliated to the General Authority for Cultural Palaces, is the largest and oldest Egyptian troupe for folk and musical heritage in Egypt.
The troupe will present an anthology of folkloric dances that portrays the Egyptian character and Egyptian heritage.
The troupe, led by the artist Hani al-Nabulsi, will present a selection of folkloric dances that illustrate the Egyptian character and the authentic Egyptian heritage.
The troupe will present numerous folklore performances.
The troupe is led by director Hani Al-Nabulsi, and will present a group of shows.
The concert’s program includes a variety of folklore and heritage songs, in addition to the famous Tanoura dance.
The concert comes, according to the organizers, in light of the interest in reviving folklore to strengthen ties between the past, present and future.
The competition is launched in implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals within the plan to promote cultural heritage.
Reda Folklore Troupe presented more than 3,000 performances in the most important and prestigious stages of the world.
The troupe, led by director Hani Nabulsi, will present a variety of artistic tabloids.
In implementation of the decisions of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers regarding measures to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, it was decided to cancel the show of the Traditional Tanoura Troupe on December 30.
Under the supervision of Manal Ibrahim, the troupe will perform a variety of folk songs and Nubian folklore, as well as the famed Tanoura dance show.
The museum also received handloom and textile crafts, Khayyamia, and the Bedouin Sinai tent.
Ministry of Antiquities promotes love of nation through a series of folkloric shows.
National Theatre Festival’s program ended Aug. 1 and the official closure will be on Aug. 3.