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Art Alert: Singer and Sufi Chanter Ali El Helbawy at El-Sawy Culturewheel

El Helbawy will select from his big repertoire of love, Islamic and patriotic originals in addition to some traditional covers

Ahram Online , Wednesday 3 Jul 2019
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Egyptian singer and Islamic sufi chanter Ali El-Helbawy will perform at the El-Sawy Culturewheel on Friday 12 July.

El-Helbawy will select from his large repertoire of love, Islamic, and patriotic originals, in addition to some traditional covers.

The active performer gave a series of successful concerts in the past years as well as collaborating with many other performers, including frequent features with German-Egyptian oriental jazz ensemble Cairo Steps.  

His band includes Eslam Elabaty (oud), Haythm (qanoun), Hamudi (keyboard), Ashraf Eskander (guitar), Teto and Bakar (percussion) in addition to back-vocalists Ahmed, Zakaria, and Abdullah.

Programme:                                   
Friday, 12 July at 8pm
El-Sawy Culturewheel, Zamalek

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