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PROGRAMME: Cairo Jazz Festival 2014 to take place 13-16 March

For the 6th consecutive year, Cairo Jazz Festival brings a large assortment of local and intentional musicians as well as infuses the scene with workshops and activities for the whole family

Ahram Online , Saturday 8 Mar 2014
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Iconic Lebanese musician Ziad Rahbani performs in the 2013 Cairo Jazz Festival
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The sixth edition of the annual Cairo Jazz Festival, founded in 2009 by Egyptian musician Amro Salah, will take place from 13 to 16 March in Cairo's Al-Azhar Park and at Cairo Jazz Club.

PROGRAMME

Thursday 13 March

7pm: Urban Trio featuring Noha Fekry (Czech Republic/Egypt) at El-Genaina Theatre
8pm: Us w Lazq (Egypt) at Lake Stage
9pm: Kaz Okumura Trio featuring Michelle Rounds (Japan/Australia) at El-Genaina Theatre
10.15pm: Massar Egbari (Egypt) at Lake Stage
10.30pm: OUM (Morocco) at Cairo Jazz Club, part of Jazz Beyond Stage programme

Friday 14 March

4pm: VEIN (Switzerland) at El-Genaina Theatre
5.15pm: Holler My Dear (Austria) at Lake Stage
6.30pm: Sylvain Beif, Electric Eccentric (France) at El-Genaina Theatre
7.45: Soweto Kinch featuring Arabian Knightz and Arab Rap All Stars (UK/Egypt) at Lake Stage
9.15pm: Daerr – Bica – Stick (Germany) at El-Genaina Theatre
10.30pm: OUM (Morocco) at Lake Stage
10.30pm: Soopar Lox (Egypt) at Cairo Jazz Club, part of Jazz Beyond Stage programme

Saturday 15 March

5.30pm: Nabil Khemir (Tunis) at El-Genaina Theatre
6.30pm: Andre Caravalho (Portugal) at Lake Stage
7.45pm:Yuri Honing Quartet featuring Dina El-Wedidi
9pm: Rami Attallah Group (Egypt) at El-Genaina Theatre
10.15pm: Mashrou3 Leila featuring Soweto Kinch (Lebanon / UK) at Lake Stage
10.30pm: Holler My Dear (Austria) and Nabil Khemir (Tunisia) at Cairo Jazz Club, part of Jazz Beyond Stage programme

Sunday 16 March

8pm: Omar Khairat (Egypt) at Lake Stage

 

Workshops and master classes for adults and children:
(subscription required, email: cairojazzfest@gmail.com )

Wednesday 12 March

12-3pm: Soweto Kinch Rap workshop at VIBE Studio

Thursday 13 March

12-3pm: Soweto Kinch Rap workshop at VIBE Studio

Friday 14 March

12-2pm: Saxophone master class with Sylvain Beuf (France) at VIBE Studio
11am-2pm: Fathy Salamamusic workshop at El-Genaina Theatre

Children and family activities at Lake side, Al Azhar Park:

11am-12pm: Photography workshop with Noha Kamal
12-1.30pm: Puppets with Sara Batrawy
12pm: Drawing with Noha El Alayly
1.15-2pm: How to read music
2.15-3.15pm: Puppets with Sara Batrawy
2.45-3.30pm: How to read music
2-3.45pm: Jam session ad performance with Madina Band

Saturday 15 March

12-3pm: Fathy Salamamusic workshop at El-Genaina Theatre
5-6.30pm: Piano master calss with VEIN (Switzerland) at El Sakia Culturewheel

Children and family activities – at Lake side, Al Azhar Park:

12-1pm: Photography workshop with Noha Kamal
12-1.30pm: Puppets with Sara Batrawy
12pm: Drawing with Noha El Alayly
1.15-2pm: How to read music
2.15-3.15pm: Puppets with Sara Batrawy
2.45-3.30pm: How to read music
1-3pm: Jam session ad performance with Antiqa Band

 

Venues addresses:

El-Genaina Theatre: Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Road, Cairo
El Sawy Culturewheel, 26th of July street, Zamalek, Cairo
Lake Stage: Al Azhar Park, Salah Salem Road, Cairo
VIBE Studio: 7 Mosadak street, Dokki

Tickets can be bought here or ordered through the ticket hotline: 002- 01008425387.

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