Prince Taz Palace
On August 4 at 8 p.m., Prince Taz Palace Creativity Center will host a concert for Wael el-Fashni and his band.
The duo will appear differently in this concert, as they will include the piano.
The exhibition includes 46 paintings produced in the previous editions of the Luxor International Painting Symposium.
The concert’s program includes an anthology of the finest works of Arab music pioneers.
The exhibition is held in celebration of the World Children's Day, which falls annually on November 20.
The evening presents a reading of the texts of Austrian authors Arthur Schnitzler and Stefan Zweig and comes as a literary journey into the world of Vienna around the beginning of the 20th century.
The opening will be witnessed by Tunisian ambassador in Cairo, Mohamed Ben Youssef, and a group of Arab and foreign playwrights.
Qubbat al-Ghoury Creativity Center on Al-Azhar Street will hold a new concert on May 1, as part of the cultural and artistic program organized by the Cultural Development Fund sector during the holy month of Ramadan.
The exhibition will be held on April 29 at Prince Taz Palace at 8:30 p.m., accompanied by an artistic concert for the Mevlevi Troupe. The exhibition will run for a week.
During the concert, Fashny will sing a group of the most famous Sufi invocations.
Munib founded the band in 2010 to be a continuation of the name and art of his father, the late musician and composer Ahmed Munib.
Prince Taz Palace, affiliated to the Cultural Development Fund, is preparing to present several art workshops.
The play is inspired by the novel “Touq al-Hamama” (Pigeon Collar) by Ibn Hazem el-Andalusi.