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Room Grand Experience: Noha Fekry Jazz Quartet

Grand Nile Tower Hotel, Al Manial, Egypt

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    105 EGP

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    85 EGP

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 Grand Nile Tower Hotel, Al Manial, Egypt

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 Tue, 24 Apr 18 07:00 pm

Room Art Space in collaboration with Grand Nile Arts Center would like to welcome you to its new series of events “Room Grand Experience” with Noha Fekry Jazz Quartet. The new stage at the Grand Nile Tower Hotel -side by side with the famous original Room Art Space stage- will offer a unique experience of sound and atmosphere featuring a lineup of creative & inspiring artists from Egypt and around the world every Friday. Room Grand Experience is a dream-like experience in the heart of Cairo for the lovers of music and art.

Noha Fekry Jazz Quartet
Noha features with famous artists like the Lebanese “Ziad Al-Rahbani” and has participated in international music festivals like the “Cairo International Jazz Festival” every year since 2009 and the “Amman Jazz Festival”, 2016.

She released her first album; a Jazz duo album entitled “A conversation” with Pianist “Rami Attallah”. Currently, Noha is preparing her second album with her new band “JANAN”, an alternative rock band.

To know more about Noha and her work:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NohaFekryPage/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/noha-fekry
Twitter: @nohafekry
Instagram: Noha Fekry

With Rami Attallah on piano…Born in Cairo in the year 1988, Rami Attallah grew to be one of the youngest jazz pianists on the professional musical scene in Egypt.
Rami is the grandson of the one and only Bib Henein- one of the godfathers of Jazz music in Egypt. Given that Rami was raised in a musical atmosphere, he studied Jazz piano and theory of music under Mr. Rashad Fahim and furthered his piano and classical music studies under the Italian teacher Elide Dello Strologo. Rami continued his studies and got the International Examinations Board Certificate for Piano and Music Theory from Trinity College of Music in London

With Ehab Badr on bass
And Mina Nashaat on saxphone.

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