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“Nationalism” on The Grand Theater on the anniversary of the departure of Al-Sonbati The Egyptian Opera House, headed by Dr. Magdy Saber, commemorates the 38th anniversary of the departure of the musician Riad El Sonbaty .The Opera will hold a concert for the Arab National Band for Music led by Maestro Dr. Mostafa Helmy at 8 pm on Friday 13 September at the Grand Theater. The program includes presenting a selection of late compositions, performed by Ashraf Walid, Ahmed Essam, Mai Hassan, Ahmed Said, Reem Kamal, Amira Said and Mohamed Tarek. It is noteworthy that the musician Riyad Alsunbati was born on 30 November, 1906, he is one of the most prominent Arab musicians, distinguished by composing the poem in various templates, including operetta, dialog, monologue, poem and others . He Composed a number of exclusive music, collaborated with major singers:- Oum Kalthoum, Mounira El Mahdia, Fathia Ahmed, Saleh Abdel Hay, Mohamed Abdel Motaleb, Abdel Ghani El Sayed, Asmahan, Hoda Sultan, Fayza Ahmed, Souad Mohamed, Warda, Mayada El Hennawi, Najat and others. He died on 10 September 1981, leaving treasures Of eternal music.
Out of our appreciation for the artist Almighty Hassan Kamy - one of the symbols and pioneers of creativity in the field of opera singing and drama,The Opera House, headed by Dr. Magdy Saber, holds a concert at 8 pm on Thursday, 12 September at the Grand Theater with the participation of :- Dr. Inas Abdel Dayem (Flute), Ramzi Yassi (Piano), Dr. Hassan Sharara, performed by Cairo Opera Bands, Cairo Opera Ballet, Modern Theatrical Dance, Cairo Opera Choir, accompanied by Cairo Opera Orchestra led by Maestro, Magdy Baghdadi and Italian David Krishnzy and directed by Hisham Altay .
The Egyptian General Book Organization, headed by Dr. Haytham El-Haj, recently published the book "Cold War Conflicts In Africa", written by Dr. Ali Metwally Ahmed and presented by AL- Sayed Fleifel, who chose Guinea Conakry as a model in 1958-1984. This is due to the fact that Guinea is the first region in Africa to gain independence from Western colonialism without bloodshed. The book is divided into five chapters, preceded by an introduction to :- US policy towards the African continent in general after World War II, US attitude towards Guinea's independence, US attitude towards Guinea's political and economic relations with the Eastern Camp, US attitude towards Guinea's military and cultural relations with the Eastern Camp. Finally, the author writes a conclusion containing the results of the study.
Dr. Magdy Saber, Head of the Opera House, inaugurated inaugurate an exhibition entitled " For The Love of Egypt And Yemen " by Mohamed Abdo Saba at 7:00 pm on Monday 9 September at Ziad Bakir Hall in the Music Library. The exhibition includes 40 paintings using oil paintings deal with enjoying the beautiful landscapes in Egypt and Yemen. It is worthy of note that Mohamed Saba is a researcher, he had a master's degree in “ Heritage And Popular Culture“ from The Academy of Arts in Cairo. He has held many private exhibitions in Egypt and Yemen, participated in exhibitions abroad and received many important artistic awards. The exhibition will run until Friday, 13 September.