In celebration of the memory of singer Fayza Ahmed and musician Baligh, the Egyptian Opera House, headed by Dr. Magdy Saber, is organizing an artistic concert by the Alexandria Opera Band for Arabic Music and Singing, led by Maestro Abdel Hamid Abdel Ghaffar, at 8 pm on Friday, September 9, at the Damanhour Opera Theater, with the participation of the band’s stars. They are: “Mohamed Metwally, Nada Ghaleb, Yasser Saeed, Sayed Wahb Allah, Shams, Shurooq, Doaa Rajab and Karim Zidan.”
The program of the concert is scheduled to include a variety of the most beautiful works of the artists Baligh Hamdi and Fayza Ahmed, who passed away in September, where the musician Baligh Hamdi passed away on September 12, 1993, and the artist Fayza Ahmed passed away on September 21, 1983.
The artist Fayza Ahmed lived at the beginning of her life in Damascus, then moved to Egypt, and presented to the Egyptian radio in Cairo, where the radio broadcaster Salah Zaki presented her in a song composed by Mohamed Mohsen. During the course of her artistic life, she presented hundreds of songs, including: Ya Ghali Alia, Yama Moon at the Door, Bait Al-Ezz and others
As for the artist, Baligh Hamdi is an Egyptian composer and singer, and one of the most prominent Egyptian and Arab musicians. He was born in the Shubra neighborhood of Cairo. He mastered playing the oud at the age of nine. Currently).
It is worth mentioning that the Alexandria Opera Troupe for Arabic Music began its establishment in June 2004, with the aim of reviving the heritage of Arab music and presenting various traditional forms and lyrical and musical forms to lovers and connoisseurs of oriental Arabic music such as muwashshahat, poems, roles, taqaqiq and monologues with the participation of the most talented musicians and Andy voices. Sulist, and relies on group and individual performance in singing and playing.
The band presented diverse and successful musical performances that were well received by the audience, as it participated in many local and international festivals, including the Arab Music Festival in its various sessions, and the International Festival of African Music in Congo, and it won official and popular recognition, praised by newspapers and art magazines in the State of Congo, and it also presented many shows for children that are suitable for with different age groups.