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Art Alert: Eman Shaker and friends at Cairo Opera House

The concert, which will feature singer Ihab Shawi, will see 'different kinds of music and songs in different languages'

Ahram Online , Sunday 15 Sep 2019
Eman Shaker and Friends
Eman Shaker and Friends
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Egyptian pianist Eman Shaker and her troupe will perform a concert at the Cairo Opera House on Thursday 20 September, featuring singer Ihab Shawi.

"We play different kinds of music and songs in different languages; Classic, Oldies, Jazz, Swing, Tango, Waltz in English, French, Arabic & Greek," reads a description on social media by the event's organisers.

Shaker's "friends" include Wleed Allam on violin, Noha Elsaqqa (kanon), Karim Wassef (double bass) and Alexander Grechenko on the drums, Ahmed Gharib (table) and Mohamed El-Gendy (req).

Besides Shawi, Sara Atef and Monika Youssef will perform vocals during the concert.

Thursday 20 September at 8PM
Open Theater, Cairo Opera House, Zamalek

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