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Art Alert: Medhat Saleh at Roman Theater in Alexandria

Nine known bands and singers will perform at the historic theatre, starting with Ayamna El-Helwa on Monday

Ahram Online , Saturday 20 Jul 2019
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Famous Egyptian singer Medhat Saleh will give a concert on Tuesday 23 July at Alexandria's Roman Theater in Kom El-Dikka, as part of the Summer Festival programme organized by the Cairo Opera House.

 

Saleh, as usual, will be accompanied by conductor and pianist Amr Selim and many other well-known musicians.

 

Saleh, 58, is expected to perform many famous songs from his repertoire including Kawkab Tany, Wala Teswa Domo' and El-Donia Alemetny, alongside some movie themes including films like Mafia, El-Beliatsho and Amir El-Zalam.

 

Saleh has had a long and successful career with over a dozen hit albums in addition to starring as an actor in many famous TV series and plays.

 

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.

 

Programme:                                               

Tuesday 23 July at 8.30 pm

Roman Theater in Kom El-Dikka, Alexandria

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