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Art Alert: Egyptian singer Angham to perform in Cairo

The star singer is considered by some to be among the best Egyptian female voices

Ahram Online , Wednesday 9 Oct 2019
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Egyptian singer Angham will give a concert at Al-Manara Arena on Friday 25 October, introducing some songs from her latest album entitled 'Hala Khassah Geddan'.

The 47-year-old singer, who is considered by some to be among the best Egyptian female voices ever, is also expected to sing some of her best-known songs from previous albums, including Akteblek Tahoud, which was released almost three years ago and has become one of the highlights of Angham's repertoire.

The daughter of known musician Mohamed Ali Soliman, Angham started singing professionally in the late 1980s with her first album El-Rokn El-Baid El-Hadi in 1987.

She has released more than two dozen albums and has gained great fame and popularity, receiving a number of prizes in the Arab region and the world.

Angham … Hala Khasa Gedan - 2019 | انغام … حالة خاصة جدا - بالكلمات


Friday 25 October, doors open at 6pm
Al-Manara Arena, New Cairo, Egypt

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