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Art Alert: Egyptian singer Hanan Mady at Cairo Opera House

The singer first gained recognition in the 1990s by singing TV theme songs

Ahram Online , Tuesday 3 Sep 2019
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Egyptian singer Hanan Mady, known for her TV theme songs from the 1990s, will give a concert at the Cairo Opera House on Friday.

Mady made her debut singing alongside Omar Khairat on the well-known theme song from the TV series El-Leqaa El-Thany, and then went on to record the theme for the El-Mal Wal-Banon series.

The Conservatoire Music Institute graduate has been accompanied by the Sound of Egypt Orchestra at recent concerts.

She has released four albums during her career, featuring popular tracks like Leilet Eshq, El-Bahr, Sheddy El-Dafayer, Asfour and Kan Wa-Kan.

Programme:                                   
Friday 6 September, 8pm
Open Theatre, Cairo Opera House, Zamalek

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