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Art Alert: Egyptian singer Khaled Selim to perform at Bibliotheca Alexandrina

The concert is part of the 17th International Summer Festival at Bibliotheca Alexandrina

Ahram Online , Sunday 18 Aug 2019
Egyptian singer Khaled Selim
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Egyptian singer and actor Khaled Selim will give a concert at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina on Monday 19 August as part of the 17th International Summer Festival at the Bibliotheca.

The concert is being held three days after another appearance by the pop artist at the Damanhour Opera House on Friday.

Born in Kuwait but currently living in Egypt, the 43-year-old Selim, who gained his fame with 'Eish' (Live), the theme song of 'El-Sellem W El-Te'ban' almost two decades ago, has produced several popular albums in addition to starring in various films and TV series.

Organised by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina's Art Center, the festival includes a variety of art activities like music concerts, theatre plays, film screenings, poetry, and stand-up comedy, in addition to a series of workshops and lectures on various aspects of art.

Programme:
Monday, 19 August at 8pm
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Open Air Theater

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