Cairo Opera House
The plastic artist, Tarek Sharara, is putting the final touches to his first exhibition, "Colors & Strings", which will be held from January 20 to 28.
The exhibition includes some 20 paintings, varying between different sizes and materials.
The winner of the Rifa’a al-Tahtawy Award for Translation receives a financial reward of LE 100,000, a commemorative shield and a certificate of appreciation.
The concert’s program includes a collection of his own compositions that he performed during his recent tour of the United States in Chicago Humboldt Park.
Ahmed Refaat has studies on the organic potential of paper pulp in formation and artistic expression.
Issa was chosen among the 100 most influential global figures by the BBC Arabic Network in 2019.
During the ceremony, the troupe’s symbols throughout 50 years will be honored.
The celebration’s program includes the screening of a documentary film about Asmahan's life, entitled "A Melody Not Completed".
Al-Tarawy tends to present women in clothes inspired by the various Egyptian environments.
The Spanish group is the first foreign band to perform in the new season, and they will present the Fiesta Flamenca show for five nights starting on October 14.
For the concert, Harbi prepared an artistic program that includes a collection of the most popular songs of the “Golden Era”.
The show deals with the legend of the marriage of Geb, the god of the earth, and Nut, the goddess of heaven, that led to the birth of Isis and Osiris.
President of the Egyptian Opera House Magdy Saber will inaugurate an art exhibition entitled “Plastic Creations by Mahmoud El-Beblawi”, on June 22 at 7 p.m. in Salah Taher Hall.
Zorba Ballet by the Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis takes place in a Greek village, and tells the story of the Greek traveler Zorba, who loves life and is adored by women.
Its sixth edition bears the slogan "Teach by Pen".
It is worth noting that "Connected" is the academy’s annual exhibition that is held in Egypt before being presented at the Atelier Montez in Rome, the capital of Italy.
During the concert, a team of seven distinguished musicians will present contemporary musical works by award-winning Egyptian-Austrian composer Amr Okba and his students Nader Nagy and Rosella Adel.
The symposium will be presented by the poet Mohamed Bahgat, with the participation of the veteran artist Samira Abdel Aziz.
The first concert will be performed on April 29 at 9:30 p.m. at the Fountain Theater of Cairo Opera House and on May 5 in Alexandria Opera House’s Sayed Darwish Theater.
It is noteworthy that the artist Tarek Al-Arabi is one of the most important pioneers in the field of creating children's songs and animation badges in the Arab world.