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PHOTO GALLERY: Unique moments of The Rad Trads in Cairo's concert


Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Rag Trads band performing at Ewart Hall in Cairo
(Photo: Sherif Sonbol)
Mar
12

Sherif Sonbol captures "behind the stage on the stage", unique moments of The Rad Trads band on stage during the Jazz Tales Festival on 10 March at Cairo's Ewart Hall.

The Rad Trads is a band from the United States comprised of six musicians, all professional jazzists who founded the band in 2012.

At the concert they played several of their original tracks and arrangements of covers, continuously heating up listeners. When the musicians stepped down to the audience, the hall exploded in additional fervor.

The Jazz Tales Festival is organised by the Bibliotheca Alexandrina's Arts Centre in cooperation with the American Consulate in Alexandria, with its Cairo segment hosted by the American University.

The festival continues with several workshops and concerts until 1 April, and all events are open to audiences, musicians and jazz lovers for free.

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