The program includes a diverse set of activities.
A Christian man from Minya, Upper Egypt, has surfaced on social media for his improvised chants that glorify Islam’s Prophet Mohamed.
The troupe adopts the idea of preserving the Egyptian identity by presenting folkloric dances that show the Egyptian character in its best form.
Despite the unstable weather and the cold wave that hit the governorates of Egypt during the past few days, shows of the mobile theater, presented by the General Authority for Culture Palaces, were held in various governorates.
Damanhur Opera House will host two workshops for the Ranranja Dance Academy of Sri Lanka and Sunal of Indian Arts on April 8.
The festival will run until April 11 and extends for the first time to the governorates of Cairo and Alexandria.
Famed Egyptian singer Hakim is currently putting his finishing touches on several songs he is preparing to present to the public as singles.
Karkade is one of three Egyptian bands selected to partake in the fourth edition of Center Stage, which marks debut Egyptian participation.
A group of Bedouin women are spotted sewing, embroidering, weaving wools to craft their traditional kilim woolen products.
The 5th International Storytelling and Folklore Festival kicks off at Zagora, Morocco, tomorrow.
The second edition of the Folklore Festival that kicks off today will be hosting Aro-China folkloric troupe among other foreign dancing troupes.
Violinist and composer Mohamed Sami speaks about his latest work, the music scene in Egypt and how he’s able to blend different types of music.
The Egyptian independent music project Tarbi'a will perform at El-Sawy Culture Wheel on October 15.
Newly established band Fox Project and folklore band Janoubian Band will play at the Egyptian Center for Culture and Arts (Makan) on Tuesday.
Minister of Culture Helmy El Namnam honored several performers participating in the closing ceremony of the 18th edition of the Ismailia.
The National Center of Theatre, Music and Folklore announced the reactivating of the Center’s music orchestra on Monday.
The Egyptian band, Toshka for surrealist spontaneous art, will perform in the 18th edition of the Ismailia International Folklore Festival.
Arabic folk musician Sayed Rekabi to perform with his ensemble Jaafra music and songs at the Egyptian Center for Culture and Arts- Makan.
The Matrouh Folklore Ensemble will participate at the Jerash Festival in Jordan.