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Art Alert: Ali El-Haggar to perform in Alexandria on Valentine's Day

Conductor Ahmed Amer will lead the orchestra while Sabrin El-Ngeily and Hasnaa will open the concert on Thursday

Ahram Online , Monday 11 Feb 2019
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Famous Egyptian singer Ali El-Haggar will be performing on Alexandria's Sayed Darwish Theatre on Valentine's Day.

El-Haggar, who has been releasing new singles recently, will be accompanied by conductor Ahmed Amer introducing some of his songs, in addition to his unforgettable TV series themes.

Ali El-Haggar released 'Enta elmadad' late January

El-Haggar will perform after Sabrin El-Ngeily and Hasnaa, who will open the concert.

The Cairo Opera House is marking the Valentine's Day period with many concerts, starting Tuesday with Medhat Saleh, followed by Riham Abdel-Hakim on Wednesday and Hani Shaker on Thursday.

Programme:                

Thursday 14 February, 8pm
Sayed Darwish Theatre, Alexandria

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