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Wagih Yassa’s Saba exhibition is dedicated to Umm Kulthum, yet features several veteran artists
Major rock, pop and jazz musicians bump shoulders in Montreux from July 1-16. It is no longer a purely jazz festival, emphasizing instead creativity. Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones, PJ Harvey and ZZ Top will be there.
A large group of prominent musicians has sent a letter to the European Commission, complaining that YouTube robs artists of income. But the powerful online service doesn’t subscribe to that point of view at all.
The Supreme State Security Prosecution is in charge of the case from the very start, defence lawyer says
Street music, a tradition in many other parts of the world, is not a common occurrence on Egypt’s streets, with the exception of wedding processions and caravans blaring both traditional and mahraganat music
An Alexandrian project takes street concerts to the next level
Adel Sakr is considered by many musicians to be the capital’s best guitar fixer
The song is a huge voluntary collaboration
How independent musicians suffer to present their art and dream of a diverse market in which they can achieve recognition
Pro-Palestine solidarity activists launch freedom bus to tour West Bank