Sorour Project will perform at Osiris on 11 June, bringing their fusion of oriental/folk music with rock, jazz, flamenco, classic and modern genres.
The project is a group of musicians from Alexandria including founding member and vocalist Mohamed Sorour, Mostafa El-Attar on violin, Mohamed Magdy on lead guitar, Mohamed El-Sayed on the keyboard, Moamen Hassan on bass, Gomaa on percussion and Abdel-Razzeq on the drums, according to the group's Facebook page.
Sorour Project began as an acoustic fusion band, merging folk with flamenco, blues and jazz, then later developed to incorporate electronic music and rock and funk.
The band released a single, Horoob (Escape), in July 2015 on their Soundcloud account from their hard rock and Sufi fusion EP titled Nabi Daniel.
Saturday 11 June, 9pm
Osiris,1 Hassan Mourad St from Qasr El-Aini, 2nd floor, Garden City, Cairo
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