Egybadour Band: Eastern and Western music with an Indian and Latin touch. Egybadour band is a musical ensemble created by the Egyptian musician Mohamed Abo Zid with two of his French friends living in Egypt, Bertrand Mahiou, oud player, and Etienne Porhel, clarinet player. They debuted in front of their first audience in May 2012, and in November of the same year, the band was joined by the violin player Lucile Guigen, followed by Alain Robert at the Indian tablas and percussions. In 2014, the ensemble was enriched by the French cello player Sylvie Poirier and the Egyptian singer Menna Gamal, before the final addition, the French-Moroccan santur and bouzouk player, Zakaria Haffar. And finally joined the group from Egypt the Egyptian professional singer Jeanette Zaki , and the French clarinetist Phillipe Humbert, The band performed several concerts from Fayoum’s International Potter Festival to venues in Cairo such as the Sawy Cultural Center, the French Highschool Theater, the Dama Theater, and The Zeid Al Msafer and Sobk in Tonus village in Fayoum.Egybadour also recorded several personal compositions in one of Egypt’s most prominent recording studios, as well as having participated in the Music Day Festival in June 2014 in the Egyptian Centre for International Cultural Cooperation in Zamalek. The band also played concerts at the Faculty for Musical Education of Helwan, in Zamalek, and at the IFAO institution in Mounira. The name Egybadour is a reference to West European medieval minstrels and poets, the “troubadours” and to Egypt.The main goal of the band is to present a music of many colors, resonating in the hearts and minds of the audience, and to send a message of peace through their music, from Egypt to every corner of the world. Egybadour presents different musical influences, such as Oriental and Arabic music, Indian, Latin and Western styles, and their own special touch in every work they present.
Mohammad Abu Zaid “Egypt” “Oud & Mondol & Conductor & The chef of the band.
Bertrand Mahiou “France” “Oud & Guitar & Recorder
Alain Robert “France” “Indian Tabla & Percussion”
Philippe Humbert “France” “Clarinet”
Sara Fahmy “Egypt” “Singer”
Luisa Italy *Singer
Nicolas Dionis …. France … Electric Dubble Bass
-Tickets are available at Room and online booking will be soon on e7gezly.
-Entry at 8 and event starts at 8:30 PM
-Ticket price 50 LE