The festival will take place under the supervision of Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem.
The 29th edition of the annual Arab Music Festival is set to take place in Egypt from November 1-10, with the event to take place under the supervision of Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem.
The festival will include 28 concerts at the open-air theatres of the Cairo, Alexandria, and Damanhour Opera Houses, according to Daily News Egypt.
A total of 93 musicians will participate in the concerts, including 82 singers from five Arab countries, namely Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, and Iraq.
The festival will also feature seven orchestras operating under the Cairo Opera House, as well as independent ensembles including the Arabic Heritage Music Ensemble, the Cairo Steps Ensemble, the Cairo Opera Orchestra, the Sound of Egypt Orchestra, and the El Hefny Ensemble.