During the 19th and early 20th centuries the 'Nahda' (‘Renaissance’) swept Egypt in a genuine intellectual and political awareness movement aspiring to push the Arab world forward into modernity. This program, mixing talk and performance, covers the music of the Arabic Renaissance and its relation to the political and social movements of the period.
Curated by: Neil van der Linden
Mustafa Said, with Accompaniment by Takht Al Emarat
Bassam Al Sattar, Qanun
Salah Allam, Riqq
Oussama Abdel Fattah, Percussion, Bass Oud
In Collaboration with
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