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Art Alert: Estabena band performing at Cairo’s Room Art Space

The band performs a blend of sounds from different mediterranean countries

Ahram Online , Tuesday 9 Jan 2018
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Estabena band (Photo: part of promotional material)
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Estabena band will be performing at Cairo's Room Art Space on 12 January.

Estabena was formed by artists from different Mediterranean cultures and nationalities. They perform a blend of songs from Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Spain, France, Italy, Lebanon and Syria.

The band name is an Arabic adaptation of an Italian word meaning ‘we agree.’

The group is comprised of Luisa Russo and Emad Fathy as the main vocalists, Mahmoud Mohamed on the violin, George Emad on the percussions, Mohamed Samy Negm on the oud, and Muhammad Abdel-Monem as their guitarist.

Programme:
Friday 12 January, 9pm, entry at 8.30pm
Room Art Space and Café, 10 Etehad El-Mohamin St., Garden City, Cairo

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