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Art Alert: Medhat Saleh to sing at Cairo Opera House on Wednesday

The famous singer and actor expressed excitement over meeting the 'tasteful crowd of the Cairo Opera House,' which he described as his home

Ahram Online , Tuesday 22 Jan 2019
Medhat Saleh
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Famous Egyptian singer Medhat Saleh will give a concert at the Cairo Opera House's Main Hall on Wednesday at 8pm, accompanied by conductor and pianist Amr Selim and many other well-known musicians.

"I am always delighted to perform at the Cairo Opera House. I consider it my home. I am always excited to meet its tasteful crowd," Saleh stated ahead of the concert.

Saleh, 58, will perform many songs from his repertoire including Kawkab Tany, Wala Teswa Domo' and El-Donia Alemetny, alongside some movie themes including from the films Mafia, El-Beliatsho and Amir El-Zalam.

The concert will consist of two parts, the first of which will see the performance of many classic Arabic songs by the stars of the Opera's Arabic Music Ensemble Ahmed Essam, Yasser Soliman, Eman Abdel-Ghany and Hanan Essam.

Saleh has had a long and successful career with over a dozen hit albums in addition to starring as an actor in many famous TV series and plays.

Wednesday 23 January 8pm
Cairo Opera House, Main Hall, Zamalek

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