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Weekend with culture in Cairo, Alexandria: 4-6 May

Ahram Online recommends a number of events taking place this weekend

Ahram Online , Wednesday 3 May 2017
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Thursday 4 May

Screening of Sheikhates Blues, 4pm

Cimatheque, 19a Adly Street, Downtown, Cairo

Ballet, 8pm

Cairo Opera Ballet and Cairo Opera Orchestra: Danses qu’on croise, Lorkiana and Bolero

Cairo Opera House, mainhall, Zamalek, Cairo

Jordanian band Ayloul and Egyptian band Code Masr, 8pm

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

Alexandria’s Goethe Film Week

Check the programme here

7th Nassim El-Raqs Festival

Check the programme here

Code Masr
Code Masr (Photo: courtesy of El Genaina company)

Friday 5 May

Screening of Homeland: Iraq Year Zero, 3pm and 10pm

Cimatheque, 19a Adly Street, Downtown, Cairo

Egyptian Project concert, 8pm

Darb 1718, Kasr El-Shamaa St., Old Cairo

Alexandria’s Goethe Film Week

Check the programme here

7th Nassim El-Raqs Festival

Check the programme here

Egyptian Project
The Egyptian Project (Photo: Corinne Grassi)

Saturday 6 May

Cairo Symphony Orchestra, 8pm

Mozart's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in A major, K. 488
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125
Soloists: Mohamed Shams (piano), Martina Bortolotti (soprano), Gala El Hadidi (alto), Alexander Kaimbacher (tenor), Reda El Wakil (bass)
A Cappella Choir, Choir Master: Maya Gvineria, Conductor: Ahmed El Saedi 

Cairo Opera House, main hall, Zamalek, Cairo

Alexandria’s Goethe Film Week

Check the programme here

7th Nassim El-Raqs Festival

Check the programme here

Cairo Symphony Orchestra
Cairo Symphony Orchestra (Photo: Ati Metwaly)

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