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Art Alert: Hisham Kharma to perform in Cairo

Kharma will be performing pieces from his album Kunn (Be) during the 28th Citadel Festival for Music and Singing

Ahram Online , Tuesday 6 Aug 2019
Hisham Kharma
Hisham Kharma
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Egyptian composer and producer Hisham Kharma and his band will perform on Monday 19 August at the Salah ad-Din Citadel at the 28th Citadel Festival for Music and Singing.

Kharma, with his band that brings together talented musicians, will be performing pieces from his recently released album Kunn (Be), as well as pieces from his three other albums, including Al-Yaqeen, released in 2016.

The former advertising creative director and music producer has a passion for merging electronic and ethnic sounds.

Forty-five concerts will be performed at the 28th Citadel Festival for Music and Singing between 18 August and 1 September, hosting three concerts every day.

Cairo Steps, Massar Egbari, Nesma Abdel Aziz, Mohamed Mohsen, Ali El-Haggar, Hani Shaker, Medhat Saleh, Ghalia Ben Ali, Dina El-Wedidi and Omar Khairat are among the highlights of singers and bands performing at the festival, in addition to performances from Algeria, China, Namibia and Venezuela.

Monday, 18 August, 8pm
Salah ad-Din Citadel, Cairo

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