Egyptian Opera House
Abdel Dayem said that the year of the Egyptian-Russian Humanitarian Exchange confirms the strong ties that unite Cairo and Moscow
The Museum of Modern Egyptian Art at the Egyptian Opera House has reopened after years of closure.
Sixty five artists from seven Arab countries will participate in the exhibition, including artists from Egypt, Sudan, Iraq, Morocco, Tunisia, Bahrain and Lebanon.
The Egyptian Opera House will celebrate the centenary of the late poet Morsi Gamil Aziz, by holding a concert at the Fountain Theater, supervised by director of Arab music Gihane Morsi and directed by Mahdi el-Sayed.
On June 13, the exhibition that features the works of the Creative Industries and Cultural Development competition’s applicants will be inaugurated under the patronage of Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem.
The Spirit of Art Foundation for Culture and Arts organizes many events and aesthetic activities in various parts nationwide.
The Russian troupe will present the world show, Opera Rigoletto, by the Italian international musician Giuseppe Verdi on June 10-11 at 8 p.m.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem will attend the closing ceremony of the 6th Cairo International Forum for the Art of Arabic Calligraphy on June 7 at 6 p.m., at the Small Theater of the Egyptian Opera House.
The Cairo Symphony Orchestra is the oldest in Egypt. It was founded in 1959 by Austrian maestro Franz Litschauer.
On June 2 at 6 p.m., Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem will inaugurate the art exhibition for the products of the "Industrialists of Egypt" initiative that provided a comprehensive training in Egyptian crafts and professions.
On May 30 at 6 p.m. a number of documentaries and animations will be screened in Cinema El-Hanager.
The Mansoura National Theater was initially a palace for Khedive Ismail.
The concert’s program includes selections of international classics written specifically for the piano by leading composers, including Chopin, Beethoven, Richard Clayderman, Schubert, Mozart and Tchaikovsky, among others.
The Egyptian Opera House will hold an artistic evening as part of the Ramadan program on May 2 at 9 p.m., in cooperation with the Palestinian Embassy in Cairo.
On April 30 at 9:30 p.m., singer Nouran Abu Talib will perform a concert at the Fountain Theater, as part of the Ramadan Nights program of the Egyptian Opera House.
Wedidi and her band will present a performance that blends traditional arts and ancient folk singing with modern music.
During the celebration, the sector will honor a group of Egypt’s Armed Forces heroes, and a number of artists who have presented patriotic artworks.
The celebration includes flashes from the biography of the Prophet Mohammed [SAW] through many poems recited by Sameh al-Srayti, Hany Kamal and the artist Yasser Sadiq. The event will be presented by Sahar Abbas.
Saied affirmed the depth of cultural relations between Egypt and Tunisia, being a vital and effective bridge to achieve constructive communication between the people of both countries.
The honoring took place in Cairo Opera’s Grand Theater in the presence of Magdy Saber, president of the Egyptian Opera House.