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Art Alert: The Gypsy Jazz Project to perform live in Cairo

The band’s music is influenced by renowned jazz artists Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli

Ahram Online , Wednesday 19 Apr 2017
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The Gypsy Jazz Project (Photo: Still from previous performance)
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The Gypsy Jazz Project will be taking the stage with a waltz and jazz performances at Room Art & Space Café in Cairo on 27 April.

The band’s performances are inspired by the music of Django Reinhardt a French jazz guitarist and Stephane Grappelli a French jazz violinist who are well known for their gypsy jazz tunes in 1937.

Egyptian-based the Gypsy Jazz Project also blends oriental music with jazz and waltz.

Band members include Andrew Guindi on guitar, Amir Latif on violin, Amr Solimmar on guitar, Michael Adel on guitar, Andrew Safwat on bass, and Monica Roshdi on vocal.

Programme:
Thursday 27 April, 8.30pm
Room Art Space & Café, 10 Etehad Al Mohamin st., Garden City

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