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Art Alert: Nouran Abu Taleb to perform at Darb1718

The young talent will be accompanied by Samer George on bass, Hani Bedir on percussions, Mostafa Said on clarinet and Ahmed Emry on qanun

Ahram Online , Saturday 21 Sep 2019
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Egyptian singer Nouran Abu Taleb will perform a concert on Saturday, 27 September  at at Darb 1718, playing a mixture of Arabic jazz and pop songs from different eras, along with original songs composed by Samer George and Nouran.

Samer George, a bass guitarist, always accompanies the young talent, in addition to Mosafa Said on the clarinet; Hani Bedir on percussion; and with Ahmed Emry on the qanun.

Together with George, Abu Taleb composed several songs including Fawazeer, the theme of Alemet Estefham (Question Mark) TV series, which recently broadcast on various TV channels during the Ramadan season.

Abu Taleb started with the German University in Cairo (GUC) music ensemble before developing her own identity in blending Arabic, jazz, and classical music.

Saturday, 28 September at 8pm
Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa Street, Al-Fakhareen, Old Cairo

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