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Artbeat kicks off Thursday in three Egyptian cities

Cairo, Alexandria and Mansoura are to witness a three-day music and dance programme starting on 11 October

Ahram Online, Wednesday 10 Oct 2012
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Artbeat combines live music with art and dance out across three major cities. The festival brings together 11 local and seven international bands, performing in Cairo, Alexandria and Mansoura.

"Arts, Crafts and Music are three aspects of life that fit together perfectly. For this reason, the creative minds from Darb 1718 Contemporary Art and Culture Center are once again uniting with the musical minds from the Cairo Jazz Club Agency to bring to you the Artbeat Festival in 2012," reads the press release.

Artbeat is an interesting concept; it strives to bring a range of arts and music events together, to be enjoyed by Egyptians from all walks of life.

 

Programme:


Mansoura: 11 October 2012 at Shagaret El Dor Park, 4pm - midnight:

Concerts:

Pro 9 band, Mansoura

Mellow Maroc, Germany

Romano Bebop, Czech Republic

6 Spoons 1 Kitchen, Holland

 5/8erl in Ehr'n, Austria

050 band, Mansoura



Performances and Exhibitions:

Yumino Seki: Dance Performance (Japan)

Jean-luc Marchina: Video installation "Dear Mr. President" (Switzerland)

Atef Ahmed: Installation (Egypt)

Bjorn Olsson - Animal installation & video installation (Sweden)




Alexandria: 12 October 2012 at Lycee School Club, 3pm - 11pm:

Concerts:

- Wasla - Alexandria

Mellow Maroc - Germany

Storm - Alexandria

Scala Nobile - Switzerland

D'Callaos - Spain

Massar Egbari - Alexandria



Performances and Exhibitions:

Yumino Seki: Dance Performance (Japan)

Jean-luc Marchina: Video Doc "Dear Mr. President" (Switzerland)
Atef Ahmed: Installation (Egypt)


Cairo: 12 October 2012 at Darb 1718, 6pm -10pm:

Concerts:
Mashrou3 Mareekh - Open mic

NEOBYRD - Electronic musical performance
 

Performances and Exhibitions:

Basiony Art Exhibition

Atef Ahmed - installation (Egypt)

Amira Parree - photography (Egypt/Netherlands)

Bjorn Olsson - animal + video installation (Sweden)

Pottery Workshop for blind girls with Megumi Matsubara (Japan)

Jean-luc Marchina - Video installation "Dear Mr. President" (Switzerland)

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