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Art Alert: El-Dor El-Awal performs at Cairo’s Darb 1718

The concert is part of Darb 1718's Ramadan Program

Ahram Online , Monday 4 Jun 2018
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El-Dor El-Awal to perform at Darb 1718 (Photo: part of promotional material)
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El-Dor El-Awal band will perform at Darb 1718 as part of the venue’s known Mazzika X Elsat7 concert series.

Darb 1718’s Ramadan Music Program includes a special series of concerts on their roof, as well as two standup comedy nights.

El-Dor El-Awal is a unique band with different musical influences, and an eclectic collection of instruments that creates their distinct sound.

The band comprises of Ahmed Omar (electric bass), Mohammad Samy (violin), Bob (kajun, djembe, and various percussions), Fady Badr (qanun and keyboard), Mizo (konga , doff, tabla and percussions) and Nour Ashour (saxophone - mizmar – didjeridoo).

Programme:
Monday 8 June at 9.30pm
Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., Al Fakhareen, Old Cairo

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