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Art Alert: Hany Must, Farida El-Gueretly and Yasmine Samy in concert at Elbet Alwan

The independent singers will perform covers and original songs, accompanied by violinist Yasmine Samy

Ahram Online , Wednesday 26 Jul 2017
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Egyptian independent musicians Hany Must and Farida El-Gueretly, along with violinist Yasmine Samy, are set to perform at Elbet Alwan on Tuesday, 1 August.

Hany Mustafa, known by his stage name Hany Must, is an Egyptian singer, songwriter and musician. The former frontman of rock band Egoz began his solo career in 2010 with the five-track EP September. His style draws from the indie, alternative and ambient music genres, and his music has greatly contributed to the Egyptian underground scene. 

Must will perform covers and original songs alongside another prominent voice in the underground scene, Farida El-Gueretly. The two have previously held several concerts together, including a past performance at Elbet Alwan where they were also joined by violinist Yasmine Samy.

Program:
Tuesday, 1 August at 9pm
Elbet Alwan, 5 Ahmed Heshmat St, off El-Maraashly St, Zamalek

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