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Art Alert: Nouran Abutaleb to sing at Air Defense House

The promising talent will be accompanied by known musicians; Samer Goerge on the bass guitar, Mostafe Said on the clarinet and the percussions of Hani Bedir

Ahram Online , Sunday 20 Jan 2019
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Egyptian young singer Nouran Abutaleb and her ensemble will merge jazz and classics with known Arabic tunes when they give their January concert at the Air Defense House on Thursday 24.

The promising talent will be accompanied by known musicians; Samer Goerge on the bass guitar, Mostafe Said on the clarinet and the percussions of Hani Bedir.

During her recently-started confidently career, Abutaleb has started with the GUC music ensemble before she made her way blending Arabic, Jazz and classical music that shaped her identity.

Programme:                                         
Sundat 24 January at 7pm
Air Defense House, Salah Salem

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