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Seventh edition of Drums Dialogue for Peace Festival in Cairo to start start 20 April

The festival will take place between 20 and 27 April in various venues, featuring folkloric drumming and dancing shows from across the globe

Ahram Online , Wednesday 3 Apr 2019
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Egypt is kicking-off  seventh edition of the International Festival for Drums and Traditional Arts under the title 'Drums Dialogue for Peace'.

The festival will take place between 20 and 27 April, under the auspices of the culture ministry and other ministries.

Founded and directed by Intesar Abdel-Fattah, 'the festival promotes intercultural dialogues among the participating countries,'

The festival programme will be in several venues, including the Opera's Hanager, Korba square (Masr El-Gedida), Qubbet Al-Ghouri Center, El-Moaz Street, and Citadel’s Beir Youssef Theater.

The program will feature folkloric drumming and dancing shows from across the globe.

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