Egypt launched the 30th edition of the Arab Music Festival and Conference earlier this week.
The festival will be running till 15 November at six theatres in three governorates; Cairo, Alexandria, and Beheira, dedicating the event to late legendary musicians Abdo Dagher and Gamal Salama.
The program of this edition is very rich, and various, as there are around 33 concerts featuring star singers like Egyptians Afaf Radi, Hany Shaker, Medhat Saleh, Ali El-Haggar, Mohamed El-Helw, Carmen Suleiman, Mai Farouk, and Nadia Mostafa, Moroccan Samira Saed, Saudi Abadi Al-Johar, Lebanese Majida El-Roumi, Assi El-Hallani, Marwan Khoury and Wael Jassar, Syrian Assala Nasri, and Tunisian Saber Rebai, among other singers and troupes.
Furthermore, Egyptian Minister of Culture, Ines Abdel-Dayem, participated in the opening ceremony of the Arab Music Festival in Cairo on Monday and played the flute, stunning the audience.
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On November 8, beloved Lebanese singer Marwan Khoury will perform at Cairo Opera House, in addition, the same stage will pay a tribute to the iconic Wadie El Safi.
On the other hand, the festival will see workshops and competitions in singing, songwriting, and instrumental performance, including categories for youngsters, kids, and special needs talents.
All sessions will be hosted from 10 AM to 3 PM. Be many!