As famous custodian of Egyptian artistic legacy, the musical director Ahmed El Maghraby wishes to enshrine his contemporary musical creations in his ancestors’ traditions. He takes up the words of Sheikh Amin Elkhouly: “The first step in a renewal is to contain and totally assimilate the old”. Nass Makan’s music performance brings together on stage the sound of ancient instruments from the Pharaonic era, flutes, citterns and drums, and the sound of modern, guitar and saxophone. Using techniques, forms and warm sounds of their origins, Gypsy music from the Delta joins hands with Zar songs, taking the audience on an exhilarating show.
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