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PROGRAMME: 9th edition of Cairo Jazz Festival

In it's ninth edition, the Cairo Jazz Festival brings a selection of local and international musicians alongside workshops

Ahram Online , Wednesday 20 Sep 2017
Cairo Jazz Festival
(Photo: fragment from the poster of Cairo Jazz Festival 2017)
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Scheduled to take place on three consecutive days, between 28 and 30 September, the ninth edition of the Cairo Jazz Festival will host numerous bands and workshops.

The festival will open with the performance by the Cairo Jazz Society from Egypt at the AUC's Ewart Hall, the main host of the festival.

The following events will also include other musicians in Egypt as well as bands from Denmark, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Portugal, Panama, Japan. 

A few performances will be also held at the ROOM Art Space at the Cairo Jazz Club in Giza.

Two workshops about jazz will take place at the Faculty of Music Education (Zamalek) and the AUC Tahrir campus.

Check the programme below for more details.

Cairo Jazz Festival

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