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The Cairo Celebration Choir gave Egypt’s premiere of Beethoven’s Mass in C major at All Saints Cathedral on 16 June, followed by the same performance at the Basilique Cathedrale on 17 June

Adolf El Assal talks about his new semi-autobiographical film scheduled to be released in 2017, a production which will include Ahmed El Fishawy and musician Mohamed Mounir

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The Tale of the Clouds and the Nile performed in Cairo last week is a creative collaboration between the Nile Project and the methodology developed by Salam Yousry in the Choir Project

Following his two concerts in Cairo, Wael Farouk, renowned Egyptian pianist talks about encounters with Rachmaninoff, life journey in music as his greatest passion, and future plans

With India by the Nile followed by the Tagore Festival, last weeks brought a lot of cultural offerings from India to Egypt. Among them was Odissi, a classical dance performance staged by Dona Ganguly and her troupe

During his recent stay in Cairo, India-based French dancer and choreographer Gilles Chuyen spoke with Ahram Online about the Bollywood-style shows, Teamwork Arts, his own creative 'laboratory' In Step and passion for India

Ionesco's iconic Bald Soprano was performed 6 April as part of the 2nd Alexandria International Festival for Contemporary Theatre

Anja Ahcin and Ahmed Yehia, are both first dancers of the Cairo Opera Ballet Company. Partners in dance and life, they talk about their life on stage, passions and dreams

Syrian cultural activist and managing director of Al Mawred Al Thaqafy talks about her passions and how, following the months-long transition to Beirut, she navigates this renowned regional NGO to thriving shores

The Swiss, Germany-based internationally renowned conductor Christoph-Mathias Mueller talks about his profession, an unconditional passion for music, art of conducting and orchestra management

Artistic Director Erminia Kamel talks about the Cairo Opera Ballet's Company busy season prior to their yet another international appearance at the National Theatre of Bahrain in Manama

This year, the Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children featured the first contribution by Australia with Stick Stones Broken Bones by the Bunk Puppets troupe

On 4 March, a performance Aga Boom by the Theatre of Physical Comedy from the United States opened the Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children at Hanager Arts Centre

The Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children will bring a variety of theatre performances to Hanager Arts Centre

To Egyptian audiences, Argentine's tango is among the most sought after dance forms. Between 9 and 16 February, a fusion of ballet and tango was performed in Cairo and Alexandria by Nadia Muzyka and her troupe

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Renowned ballerina, a graduate of the Bolshoi ballet academy and Cairo's Academy of Arts, former dean of the Higher Institute of Ballet, and a founding director of the new Cairo Opera House -- Magda Saleh talks about her career

Between 5 and 8 January, the Cairo Opera House staged a performance inspired by the famed Spanish coffeehouse Café Gijón

Belief 'you are not expected to like everything,' seemed to be at the heart of approach to the audiences in past year, a fact which might yet lead to many interesting transformations in the classical music scene

Egyptian director Hisham Abdel Khalek's documentary A Footnote in Ballet History will look into Egypt's ballet history through one of its most remarkable figures, Magda Saleh

The popular Egyptian radio station premiered their take on Wham’s 1980s hit Last Christmas

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