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Sha3by: Evenings of Folk Music and Singing – July 2005

Sha3by: Evenings of Folk Music and Singing A program of six concerts by groups from the different parts of Egypt. The program was presented at El Genaina Theatre in July 2005. The groups were: The Nile Troupe for Folk Music and Singing Asher Group – Hassan Al Sagheer from Nuba Aragid Group – Sayed Gayer from Nuba El Baramka from ... Read More »

Opening of El Genaina Theatre in Al Azhar Park – April 2005

Opening of El Genaina Theatre in Al Azhar Park El Genaina Theatre was inaugurated on 28 April 2005. The opening program included three concerts by:   The Lebanese composer and saxophonist Toufic Farroukh and the Absolute Orchestra   The Palestinian composer and buzuk player Khaled Jubran and the Lilac Ensemble   The Egyptian singer Ali El Haggar – sings Salah ... Read More »

The Start of the Game

Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) in collaboration with SHAMS Association (Youth, Theatre and Cinema) in Lebanon and Al-Hamraa Theatre in Tunisia organized “The Start of the Game” the first platform for young Arab theatre makers in Tunis during the period from 25 March to 2 April 2005. “The Start of the Game” is a creative encounter for 15-20 theater ... Read More »

Wameedd – March 2005

Wameedd Kamilya Jubran and Werner Hasler Kamilya Jubran’s new creation “Wameed” was toured by Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) to Oman, Muscat in March 2005. The tour was organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism in Oman. Wameed is a music program that combines modern Arabic poetry with Hessler’s electronic music compositions and Kamilya Jubran’s brilliant singing style ... Read More »

Mazamir – February 2005

Mazamir – February 2005 Contemporary Oriental Music from Palestine: Khaled Jubran The Palestinian composer Khaled Jubran presented his new program “ Mazamir” for the first time in Cairo on Thursday 10 February 2005 at the Arabic Music Institue Theatre. The concert was presented by Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) in collaboration with Al Urmawi center for Mashreq Music. In ... Read More »

El fann Sas

El fann Sas       A Musical performance by the Upper Egypt Choir Poems by Fuad Haddad Music: Wagih Aziz Choreography: Tamer Fathy Costumes: Monia Fath El Bab With support from Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy), the Upper Egypt Choir presented its new production “El Fan Sas” on 27 and 28 January 2005 at El Hanager Arts Center in Cairo. The production is based ... Read More »

Sanayeh Park – November 2004

Sanayeh Park – November 2004 “Sanayeh Park” in Cairo Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) presented the Lebanese play “Sanayeh Park” at the Puppet Theatre in Cairo on 25 and 26 November 2004. The play is produced by SHAMS, the Cultural Cooperative for Youth in Theatre and Cinema and Directed by Roger Assaf. “Sanayeh Park” was first performed in 1997 ... Read More »

Awel Rabie – April 2004

Awel Rabie – April 2004        Sounds, colors, ideas and images from the Mashreq, the Maghreb & the South Awel Rabie is a cultural program that celebrated the launch of Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy). It was presented in cooperation with the Young Arab Theatre Fund, Remal Designs and Townhouse Gallery in Cairo during the period from ... Read More »

Remix 2004

Culture Resource ( Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) and Al Urmawi for Mashreq Music organized the Youth Music Platform ( Remixري ميكس) during the period from the 26th of September till the 4th of October 2004. Remix was a meeting among 21 young musicians of both sexes between ages fifteen and thirty from six countries: Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Palestine, Syria and ... Read More »

Safha Jadida (New Leaf) – 2004

Safha Jadida (New Leaf) – 2004 A literary platform for young Arab writers organized by Culture Resource (Al Mawred Al Thaqafy) was held in Cairo during the period 25 to 31 July 2004. The platform was the first event of this kind, comprising 24 writers between fifteen and thirty years old, representing five Arab countries: Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Palestine and ... Read More »

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