On March 10 at 7:30 p.m., the Arab Oud House [Beit Al-Harawi] will hold a musical evening for Mohammad Yahya.
The “Salma project” is a new experience to revive the Arab heritage in a contemporary way through dialogue with the tunes of the Oud and various musical instruments.
The orchestra consists of more than 40 professors and some of the most skilled players of the House of Oud, founded by Iraqi Oud master Naseer Shamma.
This comes among the precautionary measures implemented in Egypt to battle the novel coronavirus.
Shamma is one of the most prominent Arab musicians who have emerged at the end of the 20th century.
Iraqi oud master Naseer Shamma is set to perform two concerts in El-Sawy Culture Wheel on Dec. 28, 29. Shamma is scheduled to play a variety of his finest works.
Prominent Iraqi musician Naseer Shamma gave a lecture on Feb. 25 in Abu Dhabi at the opening of the Cultural Council of Sheikha Khawla bint Ahmed Al-Suwaidi.
Veteran Iraqi musician Naseer Shamma is set to perform on the Philharmonie Theater in Luxembourg on Jan. 17 at 8 p.m.
Awtar Quartet is back after a long absence to stage the historical theater of Arabic Music Institute, with Michael Onsy, an Egyptian oud player, on February 9.
Renowned Iraqi oud player and composer Naseer Shamma is scheduled to perform a concert at El Sawy Culture Wheel in Zamalek on Wednesday.
The orchestra Beit el-Oud and Egyptian band Angham el-Shabab (Youth’s Tunes) will perform live at Abu el-Hagag in Luxor May 20-21.