Prominent Egyptian singer Angham is gearing up for a live performance in Egypt on Friday 9 October at the Open Theater of Al-Manara Center, the first after long months of absence due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
"I miss you," Angham told her fans, expressing happiness to be returning to live performance, which will kick off in Jeddah on 24 September amid the Saudi Kingdom's celebrations of its National Day.
Angham, who trended this month with her summer single 'Bahebbak W-Bartahlak,' will introduce some of her memorable love songs in addition to some traditional covers at the concert, whose ticket prices vary between EGP 600 and EGP 1,500.
Angham is expected to introduce a selection of her hits from her over two-dozen albums, including Omry Maak, Hala Khasa Geddan, Ya Retak Fahemny, Ben Elbenen, Albak, Baatly Nazra, Sidi Wisalak, and many other well-known hits.
Born in 1972, Angham, who graduated from the Cairo Conservatory, is considered one of the best female voices in Arab music today. She launched her career alongside her well-known musician father Mohamed Ali Soliman in the late 1980s, before embarking on her own independent path.
Friday 9 October, doors open at 6
Open Theater of Al-Manara Center, Next to EL-Mosheer Mosque, New Cairo
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