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flamenco in egypt 

does any body know guys plays flamenco in egypt ?>
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 25 2006 15:07:41

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RE: flamenco in egypt (in reply to doublek

There is a guy/gal that frequents the Flamenco-Teacher board who I believe is from Egypt. His userid there is "egypsy."
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Mar. 25 2006 16:25:31


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RE: flamenco in egypt (in reply to doublek


I don't know if you are still looking, but I knew a teacher who played classical and flamenco music in cairo, his name was Mohamed El-Tobgy. Through him I got introduced to Yasser Shola who is a very talented flamenco guitarist. Maybe you can ask El-Tobgy for contact details of Shola and also El-Tobgy himself is a very famous guitarist in Egypt. His center is called cairo music center at the airport road.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 15 2006 10:22:34


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RE: flamenco in egypt (in reply to sabo

Sabo, doublek

Actually Mohamed ElTobgy is not a flamenco guitarist, and his center at airport road doesn't teach flamenco..only classical. It's true that Yaser Shoala is his student ..Yaser has learned classical with el tobgy but then learned flamenco somewhere else I'm not sure.

There is a guy called Wael Khedr who is more into flamenco and has a flamenco fusion band called flamenca. He plays with his band with a flamenco cutaway alhambra guitar, but he owns an excellant conde hermanos blanca!
There is also a guy called Kareem who studied flamenco in a proper flamenco school in Spain for one year.. I believe he is the guy with the best flamenco culture in Egypt ( and owns a wondeful manuel reyes ! )

There is also a new guy called ashraf Ziada ..he already made a concert and released a CD.. he lives in Sharm El Sheikh and works in some hotel there

So ..if any one knows anyone else let me know ..I'm also interested in getting in touch with all flamenco people in Egypt
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 11 2006 12:46:04

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RE: flamenco in egypt (in reply to doublek

I had the chance to meet Ashraf Ziada last October and he is really talented:)


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