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Art Alert: Youssra El-Hawary to perform at Room Art Space

Youssra El-Hawary, a young accordionist, songwriter and performer, went on a successful tour in the United States in October

Ahram Online , Wednesday 19 Dec 2018
Youssra El-Hawary
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Youssra El-Hawary and her ensemble will be performing a concert at Room Art Space in collaboration with Grand Nile Arts Centre at the Grand Nile Tower Hotel on 28 December.

"If you're not traveling, come and attend my concert at Room Grand Experience and celebrate with me my last concert of the year," El-Hawary wrote on her Facebook page

"The stage at the Grand Nile Tower Hotel – side by side with the famous original Room Art Space stage – will offer a unique experience of sound and atmosphere," reads a statement by the event's organisers.

The young accordionist, songwriter and performer, who just ended her US Tour amid Center Stage program, took the music scene by storm in 2012 with her hit single El-Soor, before hosting a weekly radio show in 2014 named Aadet Mazzika on local commercial radio station Nogoum FM, which highlighted local independent musicians.

She released her first album in 2017 after performing at many concerts and festivals both in Egypt and abroad.

Her band includes Shadi El-Hosseiny (piano), Tarek Abdelkawi (buzuki), Yamen Elgamal (bass guitar) and Luca and Lowai Gamal (percussion).

28 December 2018 at 8:30pm
Grand Nile Tower Arts Center at the Grand Nile Tower Hotel

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