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عاصى الحلانى يبدأ حفله بمهرجان الموسيقى بأغنية "كبيرة يا مصر"

Assi El-Hellani begins his concert at the Music Festival with the song “Kibira Ya Masr”

The Lebanese star Assi El-Hellani started his concert, on the sidelines of the Arab Music Festival in its thirtieth session, on the stage of the Fountain Theater in the Egyptian Opera House, with the song “Great, Egypt”, amid great cheers from all the attendees.

El-Hellani said: I hope that Egypt will remain stable, and we are proud that we belong to this country and the Arab region, and I thank all those in charge of the Arab Music Festival, and my wish is to make the Egyptian public happy.

The opening of the Arab Music Festival in its thirtieth edition was launched at the Egyptian Opera House last Monday, in the presence of the Minister of Culture, Enas Abdel Dayem, Jihan Morsi, director of the festival, and Magdy Saber, head of the Opera House. A great singer full of accomplishments.

The Minister of Culture, Enas Abdel Dayem, said that this session of the Arab Music Festival holds a number of surprises, especially as it is considered one of the most important festivals in the world, and a group of great singers participate in it.

This year, a number of singing stars in Egypt and the Arab world will participate in the revival of the Arab Music Festival’s 30th edition, including: Samira Said, Magda El Roumi, Wael Jassar, Assi El Helani, Asala Jannat, Medhat Saleh, Ali El Hajjar and a large number of singers.

It is noteworthy that the 30th edition of the Arab Music Festival and Conference continues for 15 consecutive days at the various opera theaters in Cairo (Al Nafoura, Al Saghir, El Gomhouria, the Institute of Arab Music), Beheira Governorate in Damanhour Opera and Alexandria Governorate in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, which hosts concerts for the first time and includes 33 concerts and music. With the participation of a constellation of artists from 10 Arab countries: Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Tunisia, Palestine, Jordan, Oman.

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