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Music
Youssra El-Hawary spoke to Ahram Online about her career, studies in France, Egypt's independent music scene, and her future plans
Egyptian oboist Wessam Amin and Finnish violinist Laura Virtanen and pianist Marko Hilpo performed across Finland last week
While Gounod's Romeo and Juliet will be the fourth Met Opera screening to be held at AUC this academic year, it is the first public performance provided by this institution
Ahead of their concert on 15 January, young Egyptian mezzo-soprano Monica Georges talks about bringing Coptic spiritual music to a wider audience
To many musicians in the Levant, music became an answer to grief, an everlasting bridge between past and present, and a testimony of their unique cultures and identitites that are challenged by bitter realities
In their concerts on 7 and 8 December, the Cairo Choir Society conducted by John Baboukis interweaved Schubert's Mass in G with Mozart's motets
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Hany Shaker was awarded the Medal of Culture and Sciences and Arts, Degree of Excellence
Turkey's TV regulator has criticised a French singer who satirised the bloody New Year attack on an Istanbul nightclub, ...
The band has been active since 2012
Gabr gave a concert with the Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra, including highlights from his own composition for the 2011 Egyptian film El Shoq (Lust)
The band is comprised of 14 members
Both Frega and George are active members of multiple music groups
Electronic beats come to the forefront in Karawya's newest project
The single, titled Kol El-Kalam, comes after a 15-year hiatus
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