Hisham Kharma new music video celebrates Giza Pyramids

Ahram Online , Thursday 6 Jun 2024

Hisham Kharma's new music video, titled Waiting for the Sun, was shot at the Giza Pyramids.

Hisham Kharma


The composition features Ali Farbodnia, a Turkey-based musician performing on the Armenian duduk, joined by Kharma on keyboards and Hafeed on guitar. 

The shots present the trio performing at the feet of the Menkaure Pyramid, the smallest among the three Giza Pyramids, with the camera showcasing its different sides reflecting the sun and hidden in the shadow.

The video is part of Kharma's music project that blends music with tourism, highlighting Egypt's tourist landmarks.

In May Kharma and Lebanese singer and violinist Johanna Morkos released the single Nerouh L'Baeed (We'll Go Far). The music video was shot in Gouna, a Red Sea resort, showcasing the planes, landscape, sea, and nature.

Since its release on 3 June, Kharma's most recent single, Waiting for the Sun, has garnered 150 thousand views on YouTube.



Born and raised in Cairo, Kharma began performing live music concerts in 2016. Accompanied by a grand orchestra, Kharma performed in major events at notable locations such as the foot of the pyramids, the Cairo Citadel, and the London Mansion House.

Kharma created the theme music for the Egyptian Youth Forum in 2018. The same year he opened the 10th edition of the Cairo Jazz Festival (CJF).

In 2022, Kharma's music was featured at the World Fencing Championship, the Cairo Drama Festival's inaugural edition, and during the opening and numerous activities of the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP27), Sharm El-Sheikh. 

The same year, his music was featured in an anti-drug video advertisement featuring Egypt and Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah.

Kharma's albums include First Voyage (2010), The Arabesque (2012) -- a joint project with the Grammy-award winner Yanni and Can Atilla -- AlyaQeen (2016), and Kun (2019), among others.

He composed scores for TV series, including El Nehaya (The End) (2019), the first Egyptian sci-fi television drama series, Suits (the Arabic adaptation of the US TV series) (2021), and films such as Mako (2021) and Youm 13 (Day 13) (2023), the first-ever Arab 3D movie.


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