The Nile Troupe for Folk Instruments, affiliated to the General Authority for Cultural Palaces, is the largest and oldest Egyptian troupe for folk and musical heritage in Egypt.
The program includes many film screenings with a cultural dimension that sheds light on the artifacts of Pharaonic and Islamic Egypt.
The ensemble will present an anthology of Egyptian folk dances.
The seminar will provide an overview of the writings of the scholar Refa’a al-Tahtawy on the ancient Egyptian civilization and will review his contributions to the management and protection of Egyptian antiquities.
The concert will be opened for the public free of charge.
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The National Folklore Troupe performed in 105 countries, and participated in dozens of international festivals outside Egypt.
The troupe will present its most popular dance performances.
The troupe, led by the artist Hani al-Nabulsi, will present a selection of folkloric dances that illustrate the Egyptian character and the authentic Egyptian heritage.
The troupe will present a selection of folkloric dances that highlight the Egyptian character and the authentic Egyptian heritage.
The troupe will present numerous folklore performances.
The troupe is led by director Hani Al-Nabulsi, and will present a group of shows.
Abdel Dayem said that the initiative's first and second batches fulfilled its goals to create a new generation of innovators in the field of traditional crafts.
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The shows review the history of Egypt over 5000 years.
The concert’s program includes a variety of folklore and heritage songs, in addition to the famous Tanoura dance.
The concert comes, according to the organizers, in light of the interest in reviving folklore to strengthen ties between the past, present and future.
Abdel Dayem said that the initiative contributed to restoring traditional and heritage crafts, in addition to creating a new generation of skilled craftsmen.
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