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Art Alert: Egyptian singer Hanan Mady at Tahrir Cultural Center

She is widely known for singing many 1990s TV series themes

Ahram Online , Wednesday 15 May 2019
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Egyptian singer Hanan Mady, who is widely known for many 1990s TV series themes, will give a concert at AUC Tahrir Cultural Center on Thursday 23 May.

Mady was the voice of many Egyptian series in the 1990s, making an unforgettable debut with Omar Khairat on the theme to El-Leqaa El-Thany, and singing on Yasser Abdel-Rahman's theme for El-Mal Wal-Banon.

The Conservatoire Music Institute graduate, who has been accompanied by the Sound of Egypt Orchestra in recent concerts, released a single in October entitled Hanin l-Mady "Nostalgia").

She has released four albums and is known for a number of tracks, including Leilet Eshq, El-Bahr, Sheddy El-Dafayer, Asfour and Kan W-Kan.

Programme:                                
Thursday 23 May, 9PM
Ewart Hall, AUC Tahrir Cultural Center

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