Suez Festival for Singing & Music Celebrates Egypt's Famed Musicians
As part of a collaborative project between the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Tourism , the festival aims to enrich a number of governorates across Egypt with live performances.
The inaugural edition of the three-day Suez Festival for Music and Singing has been announced by the Ministry of Culture, and will take place from June 24th to June 26th at the Suez National Museum.
As part of a collaborative project between the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, the festival aims to enrich a number of Egyptian governorates by bringing live performances to areas where such events have been scarce in recent decades.
Prestigious Egyptian musicians will perform at the performances, including famous vocalist Hany Shaker, an orchestra led by Mostafa Helmy, marimba player Nesma Abdel Aziz, and singer Ahmed Gamal. The evenings will also feature vocalists from the Cairo Opera House, including Rehab Mutawa, Reham Abdel-Hakim, Hasna, and Ashraf Waleed, as well as an orchestra led by Ahmed Amer.
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