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Mon23Oct201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Mostafa Hegazy - SeminarShow more
Dr.Higazy is an Egyptian humanist, strategic thinker and institutional sustainable development authority. His magnum opus, Termini Context Thinking ‘TCT’ (2002), dubbed Humanistic ‘Terminalism' is considered one of the founding schools of sociopolitical/ socioeconomic philosophy of the wisdom age of humanity, yet to emerge. In the political economy realm, Dr. Higazy, brings to bear 25 years of comprehensive experience in Strategic Advisory, Governance Advocacy, Investment Management, Organizational Psychology, Institutional Sustainable Development, and Strategic philanthropy; all encompassed in the Industry of thinking domain. His professional experience is complemented through an extended academic profile that encompasses the technical aspects of development. Dr. Higazy is the founder of ACME Corp Global (a Strategic Advisory and Investment Management Corporation), NASAQ Foundation for Humanistic Thinking and SQUARE Institute for Strategic Thinking, both Advocacy Think Tanks.
ACME Corp was founded as the socioeconomic arm of practice through which sustainable developmental models pillared upon NASAQ philosophical and Strategic models are enlivened.
Wed25Oct201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Amer El TounyShow more
Amer El Touni started to collect ancient Egyptian classic folkloric songs and has made a name for himself in reviving the heritage of our land, performing all over the world.
Mon30Oct201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Amira RedaShow moreAmira Reda Started classical singing career very early by working at the Cairo opera house at accapella choir. Her first performance as an opera singer was in England in the role of Belinda in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. Amira traveled abroad to take part in singing concerts and master classes at the following countries (The United kingdom, France, Germany, and Austria).
Wed01Nov201719:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
SEKEM Symphony - From Desert to a Living OrganismShow moreDesert to a Living Organism" Eurythmy - Speech – Music. Incooperation with Sekem /HU Eurythmy and Speech Group andstudents of the Sekem Schools. Directed by Martina Dinkel.
Thu02Nov201714:00SEKEM Amphitheater, SEKEM Farm
40 Years Sustainable Development – SEKEM AnniversaryShow more
SEKEM is celebrating 40 years of sustainable development together with its huge community, co-workers, farmers, partners, supporters and friends.
Mon06Nov201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Manal Abdelraouf - LOYAC
Mon13Nov201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Gerlinde WendlandShow morefreedom to develop into all directions,” says Gerlinde Wendland, the Germancreator of many of the artworks at SEKEM. The artist has been regularlyvisiting SEKEM since about 25 years and creates artwork orientedtowards classical modernism, but trying to develop it further.
Fri17Nov201713:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
FederspielShow moreCreativity, spontaneity and joy is high on the members of the brass-band ensemble Federspiel’s list of priorities. In 2005 seven young musicians, all students of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna or rather Konservatorium Vienna, joined together to form the ensemble Federspiel. Folk music from Austria, neighboring countries and beyond is the starting point for their concerts.
Mon20Nov201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Musicario - TrioShow more
They are a community of academic, professional and elegant musicians. Whether they are performing for a concert, official event, their aim in life is to perform music the way it was written with passion. It was based in 2016 and it performed every week in Ritz Carlton in Cairo. Members: Mahmoud Zakrya (viola), Karim Adnan (bass), & Sherif Moustafa (piano).
Wed22Nov201716:30Space of Cultures, Heliopolis University
Awtar QuatretShow more
Awtar Quartet was formed in 2012 by Khaled Saleh & Yasser Ghoneim on violin, Essam Abdelhamid on viola, and Mohamed Abdelfattah on cello. In addition to their principal vocation, classical music, the quartet also weaves in other genres such as jazz, tango, Latin works, folk and Arabic music. To highlight the variety of their repertoire, they often also invite other musicians to join them for select performances. In 2013, Awtar presented a series of concerts supported by the American Embassy at Sawy Culture Wheel, Amideast, Information Resource Center of the American embassy, and Banha University. These concerts represented various classical and contemporary American music, in addition to arrangements of movies soundtracks and musicals. In the end of 2013, Awtar gave its first performance at Cairo Opera House, where it performed jazz standards and classical music. It was received with success and a positive critique in the Ahram Weekly newspaper. Recently, They established Osiris String Orchestra for the amateurs in Cairo to train and present the amateurs to the public in Egypt.
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