Al Muizz Street
Al-Muizz Street was officially inaugurated on February 22, 2008, to be one of the most beautiful open museums of Islamic antiquities in the world.
During the concert, the troupe will present an anthology of traditional and heritage songs.
The Cultural Development Fund sector has finished preparing the cultural and artistic program set to be presented in its artistic creativity centers during the current month of February.
The Prince Beshtak Palace Creativity Center on Al-Muizz Street - affiliated to the Cultural Development Fund sector, is organizing an artistic concert for the "Voice Band" led by artist Islam Gad, on December 24 at 7 p.m.
Bayt al-Suhaymi in Al-Muizz Street, affiliated to the Cultural Development Fund sector, will host, on December 17, a concert for the Rawda Religious Chanting Troupe and the singer Farag Saeed.
The Bayt Al-Suhaymi Innovation Center on Al-Muizz Street, affiliated to the Cultural Development Fund sector, will host a concert on December 10 at 7 p.m. for the Maestro Band led by Iman Junaidi.
The first phase of the project included the complete installation and modernization of the lighting systems of the historic street.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has completed the work of the first phase of the project to modernize and develop the night lighting systems on Al-Muizz Street and all the ancient buildings there.
Prince Beshtak’s Palace Creativity Center, affiliated to the Cultural Development Fund Sector, is organizing a concert for the Arab Tarab Troupe performed by singer Mohammed el-Alayli, on December 3 at 7 p.m.
The ensemble will present a variety of Nubian folklore performances, as well as the El-Tanoura dance performance, in addition to a variety of musical compositions.
"Al-Khan” Band was founded in 2014 by the artist Fadi al-Maghraby and includes a group of young voices of all ages.
Under the supervision of Manal Ibrahim, the troupe will perform a variety of folk songs and Nubian folklore, as well as the famed Tanoura dance show.
Within the framework of Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ plan to develop and archaeological areas and sites, the work of lighting the external facades of the al-Mansour Saif al-Din Qalawun began on al-Muizz Street.
Muizz Street, also known as Al-Mu'izz li-Din Allah Al-Fatimi Street in Islamic Cairo, is one of the ancient streets in Cairo.