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Art Alert: Noha Fekry Jazz Quartet at Room Art Space

The vocalist's quartet includes prominent pianist Rami Attallah, bassist Ehab Badr and Mina Nashaat on saxophone

Ahram Online , Thursday 12 Sep 2019
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The Noha Fekry Jazz Quartet will perform some of Fekry's jazz songs at Room Art Space on Saturday, 21 September.
 
The vocalist's quartet includes pianist Rami Attallah, bassist Ehab Badr and Mina Nashaat on saxophone.
 
Together they will play selections from Fekry's first album, 'A Conversation,' a jazz duo album with Attallah.
 
Fekry, who is preparing her second album with her other alternative rock band, JANAN, has featured with famous artists like Lebanon's Ziad Al-Rahbani, and has participated in international music festivals.
 
Attallah, whose first album ‘Shokran JAZZilan’ was released in 2014, is currently one of the most active young jazz pianists in Egypt, being part of many independent jazz bands, including Riff Band Jazz Group, the Los Compadres Latin Jazz Group, Lena Chamamyan, Macadi Nahhas, Ahmed Nazmi Quartet and Furat Qaddouri Music Group.

Programme:                                                                

Saturday 21 September, 9:00pm
Room Art Space, 10 Etehad El-Mohamin St., Garden City, Cairo

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