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Art Alert: Pianist Fouad to perform at the Jesuit center of Alexandria

Fouad will be performing a new selection of his original compositions

Ahram Online , Tuesday 5 Jun 2018
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Pianist Mohammed Fouad to play at Jesuit center (Photo: part of promotional material)
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On 11 June, Egyptian pianist Mohammed Fouad (known as Fouad) will perform at the Jesuit center in Alexandria.

Born in 1991, he is also a practicing doctor, and a self-taught pianist.

Fouad, who is a member of the duo band ‘Fouad and Mounib’, will be performing at Jesuit solo some of his own piano compositions.

In 2015, he met with Violinist Ahmed Mounib, who was part of the Cairo Symphony Orchestra, and they have since performed at the Cairo Opera House and Bibliotheca Alexandrina.

In 2018, they began playing internationally, with concerts in Berlin, Vienna, and Casablanca.

Programme:
Monday 11 June at 9pm
Jesuit Cultural Center, Portsaid St., Cleopatra, Alexandria
 

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