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Art Alert: Black Theama in Alexandria amid summer festival

The three-vocal band have recently released their latest album 'Loon El-Kakaw'

Ahram Online , Monday 22 Jul 2019
Black Theama
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As part of the Cairo Opera House's Summer Festival, local independent band Black Theama will perform at Alexandria's Roman Theatre in Kom El-Dikka on Wednesday 24 July.

Black Theama have recently released their latest album 'Loon El-Kakaw' produced by Moseeqa TV.

Loon Elkakaw - Black Theama 2019 لون الكاكاو - بلاك تيما

Founded in 2004, the three-vocal band -consisting of Amir Salah, Mohamed Abdu and Bahr- mix African musical influences with Nubian rhythms, reggae, hip-hop, and R&B, and features the country's first-row musicians.

Nine known bands and singers will perform at the historic theatre, starting with Ayamna El-Helwa, then Medhat Saleh, Black Theama, Massar Egbari, Wust El-Balad and SoundTrack Orchestra, with Al-Nafikha and Taksir Sharki to perform the night before Tamer Ashour closes the festival.

The Opera's festival is also active is Sayed Darwisch Theater in Alexandria in addition to big concerts in Damanhour Opera House every Friday.

Another art festival is taking place in Alexandria at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina during the summer.

Wednesday 24 July at 8.30 pm
Roman Theater in Kom El-Dikka, Alexandria

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