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PHOTO GALLERY: Marcel Khalife performs in Cairo with Rami and Bachar


Marcel Khalife during the rehearsal.
Rami and Bachar "Khalife sons" during the concert
Egyptian singer Mohamed Mohsen sings with Marcel Khalife
Rami Khalife during the reheasal
Bashar Khalife during the reheasal
Marcel Khalife during the reheasal at Al-Azhar park
Marcel Khalife and his son Bashar during the concert at Al-Azhar park
Rami Khalife during the concert
Marcel Khalife during the concert at Al-Azhar park
Bashar Khalife at the concert
The audience greets Marcel Khalife
Marcel Khalife
Rami Khalife during the reheasal
Bashar Khalife
Audience listening to Marcel Khalife
Rami and Bachar "Khalife sons" during the concert
Marcel Khalife
Marcel Khalife
Oct
25

On Friday 24 October Marcel Khalife perfomed at Al Azhar Park to a large audience gathered in front of the Lake Stage.

Khalife came to Egypt with his most recent project that goes under the name Marcel, Rami & Bachar Khalife and which is a family-project with his two sons, also renowned independent musicians.

Moving between acoustic, traditional and electronic music, the trio is an artistic amalgam of Marcel Khalife's musical legacy and modern sounds, with Rami performing on piano and electronic synthesizers, accompanied by Bachar on percussion.

Khalife adds that the trio is an artistic exchange between the musicians. "Our cooperation is in large part based on recalling memories," Marcel Khalife told Ahram Online, calling the trio's collaboration a "love story."

Ahram Online followed the musicians during their rehearsal and concert.

Read Ahram Online's interview with Marcel Khalife here

 

 

Photos: Mai Shaheen

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