Egyptian singer Angham is preparing for a concert scheduled for 22 November at the Crystal Palace Hall in Cairo.
Angham, who released her latest album Rah Tethkerni in the Gulf dialect in early 2018, which was produced by Rotana, also released her Egyptian single Bakhaf Afrah two month ago before collaborating with Mohamed El-Sharnouby in 'Faker Zaman,' which was made for marketing the Gouna Film Festival's second edition.
The 46-year-old singer, who is considered among the best Egyptian female voices ever, is expected to sing some of her best-known songs from previous albums, including Akteblek Tahoud, which was released three years ago and has became one of the highlights of Angham's repertoire.
The daughter of known musician Mohamed Ali Soliman, Angham started singing professionally in the late 1980s with her first album El-Rokn El-Baid El-Hadi in 1987.
She has released more than two dozen albums and has gained great fame and popularity, receiving a number of prizes in the Arab region and the world.
Thursday 22 November at 9pm
Crystal Palace Hal, Salah Salem St, Cairo
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