Cairo Opera House
Ali will perform with her band a selection of national and romantic songs of Egypt’s Golden Era
The ensemble will present a selection of songs from Egypt’s Golden Era.
During the concert the band will present a selection of songs from the nineties, in addition to distinguished Arabic songs and an anthology of monologue art.
The program includes a number of classical musical works by major composers, including Serenade by Mozart and another by Beethoven.
Many different cultural events will be held at various creative centers in Egypt on August 30, where a variety of distinguished works of Arab music will be presented, and the screening of the film “Cache” will take place.
The play "Personal Status" deals with women's stories through actresses who recount the struggles that caused their transformation from human beings to statues.
The Cultural Production Affairs Sector, headed by director Khaled Galal, continues to present the fourth part of “Awdet el-Rouh” [Return of the Soul] program for August.
Cairo Opera House to host a concert for Abdel Halim Hafez on August 20.
Egypt’s art enthusiasts will enjoy a concert presenting iconic compositions of late legendary composer Baligh Hamdi on Aug. 14 at the Fountain Theater at 8 p.m.
An exhibition entitled “Wamdat Ghameda” [Mysterious Flashes] by Sally Hariri is being held at Salah Taher Hall in the Opera House, and will run until August 17.
This comes in solidarity with the people of Lebanon in the recent Beirut Port blast.
Cairo Opera House enthusiasts will enjoy a series of classics performed by Abdel Halim Noweira’s Band for Arabic Music on August 9.
Both concerts will be held amid strict precautionary measures to battle COVID-19. The theater is run at only 25 percent of its total capacity.
Egypt’s Baghdadi Big Band will perform at Cairo Opera House on August 7.
Egypt’s veteran singer Ali el Haggar to perform at Cairo Opera House on August.6.
Egyptian band Black Theama to perform at Cairo Opera House on Aug. 4.
The El-Hanager Square Theater in Cairo Opera House will present the theatrical show “Kaenak Tarah” [As If You See Him] on July 20 – 21 at 7 p.m.
The concert was held with the participation of the first female violin performer in the Finnish European Union Orchestra Laura Virtanen. All the musicians on stage wore face masks.
The Cairo Symphony Orchestra is the oldest in Egypt, as it was founded in 1959 by the Austrian Maestro Franz.
Egypt’s minister of culture Inas Abdel Dayem approved on Friday the program of resuming the activities of Cairo Opera House.