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Stay at Home: Culture in Your Hands
Published in Ahram Online on 31 - 03 - 2020

The Minister of Culture launches the electronic initiative “Stay at Home: Culture in Your Hands” on the Internet
The Cairo Opera House
The Ministry of Culture's electronic initiative “Stay at Home: Culture in Your Hands” presents the following artistic programme online
The Ministry of Culture website is at http://www.moc.gov.eg
Its YouTube channel is at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8McPibRT36QSjnt4eGucNw
And its Facebook account is Egyptian MOC

Thurs 2, 9pm: An evening with singer Asala.
Fri 3, 9pm: A concert features rising singers Mohamed Al-Sharnouby and Carmen Sueliman.
Sat 4, 9pm: Alice in Wonderlandshow.
Sun 5, 9pm: An evening of Arab songs with singer Medhat Saleh.
Mon 6, 9pm: Bassem Darwish and Cairo Steps band (Egypt-Germany).
Tues 7, 9pm: A concert features singer Maye Farouk performing Umm Kolthoum songs.
Wed 8, 9pm: Sheikh Yassin Al-Tohamy celebrates the night of the mid of the holy month of Shaaban.
Thurs 9, 9pm: A concert by singer Angham.
Fri10, 9pm: Musical compositions by musician Abdo Dagher and Yehia Mahdy.
Sat 11, 9pm: The Cairo Symphony Orchestra.
Sun 12, 9pm: Classical Arab songs performed by Singer Ali Al-Hagger.
Mon 13, 9pm: An evening of classical Arab songs by a galaxy of the opera singers.
Tues 14, 9pm: Carmen and Tango ballet by the Cairo Opera Ballet Company.
Wed 15, 9pm: An evening with singer Samira Said.
Thurs 16, 9pm: The Spring concert featured by singer Hany Shaker.

Cervantes Institute
The Cervantes Institute in Cairo and Alexandria launched the series "Songs for Reading at Night", with the aim of entertaining people during the partial curfew in Egypt. Every day at 7pm, you are on a date with one of the Spanish-speaking rock stars, where each of them will choose a song that our friends in Egypt would like to listen to while reading her words. The series started on Wednesday evening, March 25, in conjunction with the entry into force of a partial curfew in Egypt, among several measures aimed at tackling the Coronavirus. The rock star who opened the series was Loquillo, a Spanish rock and roll singer, who is born on 21 December 1960 in Barcelona, and is famed as the Egyptian superstar Amr Diab. Loquillo sent his fans in Cairo and Alexandria this message: “I dedicate the song Ugly, Strong and Official to all the friends of the Cervantes Institute in Cairo and Alexandria, because it is the song that expresses me and the values that define me as a person, “Enjoy and dance”. This series is part of the measures taken by the Cervantes Institute in Cairo and Alexandria to continue its activities remotely with its students despite the current situation. It is reported that the Institute provides online courses so that students can continue their study activities remotely.

Room Art Space & Cafe
10 Etihad Al Mohamin, Garden City, Tel 01000 068 159
The Spot mall, in front of AUC Gate 4, New Cairo
Due to the current imposed self-isolation, Room has launched an initiative of live concerts streamed on Facebook and YouTube. Room is planning to provide two kinds of activities: prerecorded concerts, which would be then uploaded on Facebook and YouTube in the evening hours; and Friday live streaming which would take place in the afternoon. Follow them on their Facebook page for live concerts and so far the announced concerts are the following:
Sat 4 April, 10pm: Acoustic night with Miral Elhusseinyand Ehab Samy.
Starting Mon 6 April, Every Monday from 8-11pm and Tuesday from 8-11pm & 8.30-11.30pm (Garden City branch) and every Wednesday and Thursday, 8.30-11.30pm (New Cairo branch): Get ready for another epic Karaokenight.

*A version of this article appears in print in the 2 April, 2020 edition of Al-Ahram Weekly


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