Join us for a unique cultural immersion into authentic Egyptian musical artistry, in the heart of Cairo. This unique event is hosted by Keti Sharif (co-ordinator Sphinx Festivals) and features over 35 musicians. Suitable for all levels, the spectrum of live music & dance sessions are designed to deepen your dance experience as you work directly with musicians and learn about Egyptian musicality. Suitable for both musicians and dancers. I highly recommend this tour! Visit www.ketisharif.com for more information.
Every dancers dream is to visit this market when visiting Egypt. There are dozens of dance shops to explore with plenty a friendly face is ready to help assist you. Make sure to wear good walking shoes because you will be spending all day here.
Visit in the Nile river is a must! It is the longest river in the world. It helps supply the desert country with fertile land and rich soil.
The Great Sphinx at Giza is one of the most famous sculptures in the world.
When I was in Egypt for Keti Sharif’s Musical Heart of Egypt tour, I had the honor of meeting this dance legend. It was a wonderful seminar on Egyptian folkloric dance.
You cannot go to Egypt and not visit the great pyramids of Giza. They are an absolute must. The size is amazing and overwhelming to the eye. Such good, positive energy at that location.
Alexandria is a port city located on the Mediterranean Sea in northern Egypt founded in 331 BCE by Alexander the Great. I recommend taking a tour by car or bus to visit this historical beauty.
The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, known commonly as the Egyptian Museum or Museum of Cairo, in Cairo, Egypt, is home to an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities. It has 120,000 artifacts. When I went in 2018, they allowed you to take photos inside but make sure that the rules have not changed if you attend.
One of my most memorable nights in Egypt was attending a Nile river boat cruise. Live music, great food and great friendship. The dancing was amazing and I was so excited to be able to dance on the cruise.
Talk about a rare opportunity, studying music and dance with a wonderful Saiidi band is every dancers dream.
Chaabi is a common term for popular Arabic music. It is usually sung in Arabic or Moroccan Arabic (Darija). Chaabi style dance is commonly performed by everyone at celebrations such as aars (weddings), sbouaa (baby naming ceremony, moussems (festivals) and home parties.
A beautiful country with welcoming arms! A great way to have fun and meet new people is to attend parties and festivals. Wit the live music and food, it’s never a dull moment.
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