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Art Alert: Composer and oud player Georges Kazazian at AUC Tahrir Cultural Center

The Cairo-born musician has composed a number of film soundtracks

Ahram Online , Thursday 16 May 2019
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Egyptian composer and oud player Georges Kazazian is performing on 25 May at AUC Tahrir Cultural Center.

The 66-year-old musician, who is of Armenian origin, has written numerous soundtracks and other compositions. He performs regularly in Egypt and abroad.

His feature film soundtracks include collaborations with director Ali Badrakhan for Hunger (1985), with Kamal El-Sheikh for Kaher El-Zaman (1986), as well as with Mohamed Khan for Wife of an Important Man (1988), in addition to many documentaries.

His albums include Sabil (1991), Sagate (1997), Sajaya (1997), Nil Sangit (1999), Sawt Al-Ganub (1999), Monaga (2001), Azraq (2002), Dayra Jazz (2002), Neel Dhun (2008) and Zafir (2008).

Programme:                             
Saturday 25 May, 9PM
Ewart Hall, AUC Tahrir Cultural Center

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