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El-Geneina Theatre promises diverse summer music line-up

El-Geneina Theatre in Azhar Park will showcase musicians from Egypt, Sudan, Syria and Eritrea, starting on Thursday 6 June

Ahram Online, Monday 3 Jun 2013
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El-Geneina Theatre in Al-Azhar Park will host musicians from Egypt and across the region on weekends in June and July.

The theatre, run by Al-Mawred Al-Thaqafi, a non-profit cultural organisation, is one of Cairo's most active stages, showcasing carefully selected musicians from Egypt, the Middle East and further abroad.

From 6 June until 5 July, performances will take place every weekend (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday) at El-Geneina.

Prominent local bands such as Wust El-Balad, the Amro Salah Jazz trio, and up and coming hard rock and metal bands Simplexity and Mascara will perform. Musicians from Syria, Eritrea and Sudan are also scheduled to perform. 


Thursday, 6 June
Meshwar Band - Egypt
Senet - Eritrea

Friday, 7 June 
Asia Madani –Sudan
Abazar Abd ElBaqi – Sundan

Thursday, 13 June
(Retune FEST) Electronic/hip hop/Shaabi

Friday, 14 June
Storm - Egypt

Saturday, 15 June
Wust El Balad – Egypt

Saturday, 22 June
Darb Al Ahmar Arts School Troupe - Egypt under the leadership of Stomp Band (UK)

Thursday, 27 June
Origin – Egypt
Medic – Egypt

Friday, 28 June 
Noha Taha - Egypt
Khater El Dawwa - Syria

Thursday, 4 July
Mascara – Egypt
Simplexity – Egypt

Friday, 5 July
Kareem Hossam Trio – Egypt
Amro Salah Jazz Trio – Egypt

All concerts start at 8.30pm.

El-Geneina Theatre, Al-Azhar Park, Salah Salem Road, Darassa, Cairo.

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