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Cairo- 08 July 2017 : Ghalia Ben Ali, a Tunisian singer and author that keeps the contemporary Arabic music alive, will be singing in the Romanian Museum in Alexandria, and at the Salah el Din Citadel in Cairo. With a strong voice full of feeling, Ben Ali started singing in the early 90s, becoming world famous in 2012. She has collaborated with many international bands like The Metropole Orchestra.
On July 31 at 8:00 PM the concert will begin with “ya msafer wahdak”, an old age song and “hayamtny” in the original formal Arabic language. This singer has brought back the passion of authenticity.
The first concert will be held at the Romanian Museum of Alexandria - an ancient museum still keeping its shape and with a historical significance. The venue transports one to ancient Egypt, and what better way than a live concert to enjoy all of its splendors.
The second concert will be held at Salah el Din Citadel in Cairo, built over the Moqattam Hill. With its beautiful design and the essence of post Fatimid Cairo, this place has a special vibe in the middle of the busy city. So grab a mint tea and enjoy the out-of-this-world night with Ghalia Ben Ali, brought to you at the Citadel, on August 14 at 8:30 PM. Follow the page of Ghalia Ben Ali for further information about the concert. https://www.facebook.com/Ghalia.Benali/