The celebration will be held at the Fountain Theater at 8 p.m.
The concert includes a constellation of his most famous musical creations.
Gohar’s performance will be preceded with a performance by the Egyptian star Mai Farouk and the rising singer Sarah Sahab.
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.
The celebration will include a selection of lyrical works that formed part of the national conscience of the Egyptian and Arab peoples.
The Cairo Symphony Orchestra is the oldest in Egypt. It was founded in 1959 by Austrian maestro Franz Litschauer.
During the concert’s second part, popular Egyptian star Mohammed el-Helw will perform an anthology of songs originally performed by the late musician and singer Mohammed Fawzy.
The concert’s program includes a variety of songs that express the dreams and aspirations of youth in Egypt.
Farrah el-Dibany is the first Egyptian and Arab girl to sing at the Paris Opera.
The celebrations include a concert for Baghdadi Big Band led by the maestro and trumpeter Magdy Baghdadi on the Fountain Theater.
The Cairo Symphony Orchestra, in cooperation with the Italian Cultural Institute, will presents a concert led by the Italian Maestro Jacopo Sipari di Pescasseroli, on June 19 at 8 p.m.
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.
On April 30 at 9:30 p.m., singer Nouran Abu Talib will perform a concert at the Fountain Theater, as part of the Ramadan Nights program of the Egyptian Opera House.
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.
Wedidi and her band will present a performance that blends traditional arts and ancient folk singing with modern music.
The 29th Arabic Music Festival continues its activities, presenting four concerts on November 5, in Cairo, Alexandria and Damanhour, all starting at 8 pm.
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.
Abdel Dayem expressed her happiness at the public turnout for the various activities of the Ministry of Culture according to the safe attendance rate.
Famed Egyptian singer Mohamed el-Helw will perform a concert with the orchestra led by maestro Selim Sahab at Cairo Opera House's Fountain Theater on August 21 at 8 p.m.