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Most recently, the young Egyptian tenor Ragaa Eldin won the Association of Opera and Operetta Enthusiasts award during the International Tenors Tournament in Szczecin, Poland

Commissioned by the Aga Khan Music Initiative, Aswan Music Project rediscovers the musical heritage of Aswan bringing boundless benefits for the local, Egyptian and international community

The fifth edition of India by the Nile, the biggest foreign arts and culture festival held in Egypt, stretched over seven weeks and several cities

Aditi Mangaldas performed 'Uncharted Seas' in Cairo and Alexandria, as part of the India by the Nile festival

Part of the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival's programming, the Disabled Theatre was staged on 21 and 22 March at AUC’s Ewart Memorial hall

The Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children that took place between 7 and 16 March brought theatre and other activities to children in Cairo, Alexandria and Luxor

Created by Shona Reppe, the Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean was performed within the Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children this month

Following the belief that music is a journey that breaks down many barriers, UK's cultural managers use music as a tool to reach out to the community and educate

The Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children runs 7 March through 12 March in Cairo, followed by activities in Alexandria and Luxor

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

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