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Art Alert: Coptic and Sufi Music merge at Makan

The Salib Sufi project fuses Coptic and Sufi music together in a performance by Salib Fawzy at Makan

Ahram Online , Tuesday 30 Jun 2015
Salib Fawzy
Still from Oufuqy Festival's video of Salib Fawzy performing at Oufuqy Festival in Alexandria.
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The Salib Sufi Project (Sufi Cross) is a music project started by Salib Fawzy, offering a new mix of Coptic music and Sufi tunes and chants.

Born in Minya, Fawzy is a singer, actor and voice trainer.

He has joined many bands and troupes to sing and act, including Warsha band, Habayebna Band, Resala Band and Koral Al-Saeed (Chorus of the South).

Fawzy has also participated in many festivals locally and internationally, with shows in Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, France, Spain, Germany and Holland.

Programme: 
6 July, 9 pm
Makan – Egyptian Centre for Culture and Arts, 1 Saad Zaghloul street, at the intersection with Mansour street, Downtown Cairo.

 

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