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Art Alert: 'Fouad and Mounib' in two concerts in Ramadan

The Egyptian piano and violin duo will perform in Alexandria and in Cairo

Ahram Online , Sunday 12 May 2019
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Amid the Minisry of Culture's programme for the holy month of Ramadan, Egyptian piano and violin duo 'Fouad and Mounib' will perform at Alexandria's Sayed Darwish Theatre on Tuesday and at the Open Theatre of the Cairo Opera House Sunday.

They will play some of their original contemporary Egyptian compositions, including Dream, I am Stronger, A Date with Sunset, Lost, Song for the Soul, and more.                   

Mohamed Fouad, a pianist and composer, who studied medicine and works as a physician, paired with About Mounib, former member of the Cairo Symphony Orchestra and Germany's Württembergische Philharmonic Orchestra, after they both liked each other's style.

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Together they played in various venues in Egypt, gaining wide success in the past two years.

The culture ministry's programme for Ramadan entails many concerts in various venues in Cairo, Alexandria and Damanhour featuring an array of well known Arab and Egyptian musicians, singers and Islamic chanters.

Alexandria concert:
Tuesday, 14 May, 9:30pm
Sayed Darwish Theatre, Alexandria's Opera

Cairo concert:
Sunday, 19 May, 9:30pm
Open Theatre, Cairo Opera House, Zamalek

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