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Third Time: Remix in Egypt!

Third Time: Remix in Egypt! Remix in Egypt, Again! The Arab youth music platform, Remix, was held in Egypt during the period 12 to 18 November 2006. That was the 3rd round of Remix to be held in Egypt, involving some of the best young Arab musicians. Remix is organized by Al Mawred Al Thaqafy and is led artistically by ... Read More »

Four New Albums launched at El Genaina

In October 2006, Ramdan’s program “Hayy” included four album-launching concerts for four musical groups entitled New Orient Sounds. The four albums were produced by the Lebanese production company Incognito. Free promotional CDs were distributed at the ceremony, including sample works of the groups: AL Dor Al Awal, Sharkiat Fathy Salama, Riad Abdel Gawad & his group and Mazica We Bass. ... Read More »

Viva Lebanon

A Cultural Feast in Paris for Lebanon With an initiative from Culture Resource and in cooperation with a group of Lebanese artists, a grand cultural event was held at Paris’s Theatre National de Chaillot on the twenty second of October. The ceremony was a cultural evening for the benefit of Première Urgence, an international society aiming for the supporting of ... Read More »

Beirut Won’t Cry

Culture Resource organised a benefit concert for Lebanon, in collaboration with the Lebanese embassy in Cairo, ELBA, the Cairo Opera House and Incognito for Music Production, on Tuesday 29 August at the Main Hall, Cairo Opera House. All revenue went to the Higher Relief Commission of the Lebanese Cabinet, via the Lebanese embassy.The title of the concert , Beirut Won’t ... Read More »

El Genaina Reopening: Music in the Park

El Genaina Reopening: Music in the Park Five months after its sudden closure by the Cairo Governorate, El Genaina Theatre re-opens on Friday 4 August with a celebratory concert by 4 of the most popular groups in Egypt: Conspirience : Funk and contemporary jazz El Dor El Awal: Modern Egyptian music Eftekasat: Oriental jazz and fusion Eskenderella: New arrangements of ... Read More »

The Start of the Game

The second platform for young Arab theatre makers “The Start of the game” took place in Beirut during the period from 21 to 26 of June 2006. The platform was organized by Culture Resource in collaboration with Al-Hamraa Theatre in Tunisia and SHAMS Association (Youth, Theatre and Cinema) in Lebanon. The Platform was composed of 22 participants from all over ... Read More »

Spring Again…

Spring Again… Music and Poetry Festival in Cairo and Alexandria from 20 April to 12 May 2006 The Spring Festival organized by Al Mawred Al Thaqafy, in co-operation with Cairo Opera House, Sakiat Al Sawy, the Arts Centre of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, the Egyptian Centre for Arts and Culture (Makan) and the British Council, presented a wide range of the ... Read More »

Hanin El Bahar – January 2006

Hanin El Bahar – January 2006 A Palestinian Theatre Performance presented by Al-Harah Theatre in El Genaina Theatre In cooperation with Culture Resource, Al-Harah Theatre presents the play “Hanin El-Bahar” (Longing to the Sea) in El-Genaina Theatre at Al-Azhar Park on Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th of January 2006 twice per day: at 2:00pm and again at 4:00pm. ... Read More »

7ayy!

7ayy! Ramadan in Genaina Theatre: From Mawal to Rap For the second year, Culture Resource put together at El Genaina Theatre in Al-Azhar Park a program comprising of a varied range of acts stretching from folklore singing, Oriental and Andalusia music to Jazz, modern fusion and Rap Moreover Hayy!, included concerts launching albums for four new musical groups, entitled New ... Read More »

Artist Mona Hatoum – January 2006

Artist Mona Hatoum – January 2006 Presentation by Artist Mona Hatoum At The Townhouse Gallery In a presentation at the Library of the Townhouse gallery on Wednesday 4 January 2006 at 7 pm, Artist Mona Hatoum showed images of her work, talked about her experience, and answered questions by young artists, art students, critics and members of the public.   ... Read More »

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