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Egypt’s music scene lost Ali Osman, Sudanese composer, conductor, educator and a man whose work with Al Nour Wal Amal, the visually impaired and blind women orchestra was among his most precious accomplishments

Concluding a week of workshops, on 17 February an Open Session between Egyptian musicians and young UK talents took place at the Snape Maltings

Mohamed El-Ghawy talks about his journey through arts as tool of education, his organisation AFCA for Arts and Culture, Hakawy festival, recent Arts Management Training and plans for the future

Egypt's Cairo Celebration Choir and Jordan's Dozan Wa Awtar performed together, in Cairo on 3 February and in Alexandria on 4 February

On 6 January, the Egyptian culture scene lost Nehad Selaiha: a bilingual scholar, translator, historian, writer and critic with a multidisciplinary approach to theatre and a true “theatre activist”, as she was widely known

In 2016, Egypt saw many economic and legal changes that impacted arts and culture scene. The cultural players will now have to respond to many pressures and navigate in between many obstacles; but will they manage and how?

Following their annual tradition of covering Christmas tunes, the NileFM team releases a cover of ‘Santa Claus is Coming to Town,’ this time in tune

In their concerts on 7 and 8 December, the Cairo Choir Society conducted by John Baboukis interweaved Schubert's Mass in G with Mozart's motets

With the ant being his mascot, or logo, Keizer’s large body of work includes thematic content that ranges from political and social issues to abstract forms, as well as urban manipulations

Directed by Demaizière and Teurlai, Reset: A Story of Creation has been screened at the 9th Panorama of the European Film, 2-13 November

Reset is screened in the Documentary Rendez-vous section of the ongoing Panorama of the European Film, 2-13 November

Ballet Carmen, one of the iconic works by late master flamenco dancer and choreographer Antonio Gades, was staged in Cairo between 25 and 28 October

Georges Wanis will sing opera Aida in Orleans in March. This is one of the many international commitments of the France-based Egyptian tenor

Numerous companies performing classical music, opera and ballet have launched the new 2016/2017 season in Cairo and Alexandria

Ballet, gymnastics, painting, photography, theatre, literature, film and street festivals... Alwanat, meaning ‘colours’ in Arabic, is the perfect name for a dynamic centre which educates through arts in Upper Egypt's Minya

In the last decade the Egyptian audience has seen much from India – but not Kathakali dance-drama. Finally, this visually captivating art form was performed in Egypt's four cities last week

In a short time, a unique flavour of El Nafikha brass quintet has generated interest, appreciation of every generation of Egyptian audience.

From Tunisia and Algeria to Egypt, Lebanon and Palestine... Summer calls for festivals to infuse the regional stages with events featuring local and international musicians

The launch of the Maulana Azad Centre Film Club will feature a screening of the recent Bollywood blockbuster ‘Fan,’ starring Shah Rukh Khan

On 20 June, Children Choir operating under the Association of Upper Egypt for Education and Development performed at Talaat Harb Cultural Centre in Cairo

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