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Egypt's first classical music festival continues featuring many remarkable artists

The Manial Palace Music Festival takes place between 1 and 9 November

Ahram Online , Monday 5 Nov 2018
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The Manial Music Festival, Egypt's first festival featuring classical music kicked off on 1 November and continues throughout four evenings: 5, 6, 8 and 9 November.

The first evening presented a German-based Egyptian mezzo soprano Gala El-Hadidi, accompanied by Armenian-French conductor and pianist Vahan Mardirossian, and gathered top of the luminaries of the Egyptian society.

The following days will present a number of Egyptian musicians in addition to artists from other countries.

The dress code to all the concerts is formal
Address: Golden Hall, Manial Palace, 1 Al Saraya – Manial, Cairo

Programme:

Monday 5 November, 8pm

Violin soloist and conductor Luca Marziale with the Egyptian Chamber Orchestra

Tuesday 6 November, 8pm

Czechoslovak Chamber Duo: Czech violinist Pavel Burdych and Slovak pianist Zuzana Berešová

The second half of the evening features Czech pianist Jaromír Klepác

Thursday 8 November, 8pm

Austrian-Egyptian violinist Nadine Weber accompanied by pianist David Helsz

The second half of the evening features the Spanish baritone Borja Quiza accompanied by the Spanish maestro and pianist Fernando Briones 

Friday 9 November, 7pm
sold out

The concert marks anniversary of the birth of Prince Mohamed Ali Tewfik in 1875.

Recital by an Egyptian pianist Ramzi Yassa

Second half of the evening features Egyptian soprano Fatma Said accompanied by the German conductor and pianist Marcus Merkel.
 

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