Hani Shaker postpones his concert in Syria to mourn the earthquake victims
Cairo: Hany Kamal El Din
Egyptian artist Hani Shaker decided to postpone his concert, which he was scheduled to perform in Syria in the coming days.
Hani Shaker went out to his audience through a video on his official account on Instagram, announcing the postponement of the ceremony, in mourning for the victims of the devastating earthquake.
Of course, Hani Shaker was keen to offer condolences to the families of the victims, saying: “My sincere condolences to the brotherly and beloved Syrian people for the death of its martyrs who died as a result of the earthquake, and all the best wishes for a speedy recovery for the injured and injured.”
Hani Shaker added: “As a result of the circumstances that Syria is going through, my fellow party organizers and I decided to postpone the Valentine’s Day ceremony for another time very soon, and all my wishes to the beloved Syrian people for continued security and safety, may God protect Syria, Egypt and all our Arab countries.”
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On the other hand, Hani Shaker is scheduled to perform at the Egyptian Opera House, as part of the Valentine’s Day celebrations. The concert will be held on Thursday, February 16, at the Grand Theater of the Cairo Opera House, accompanied by the orchestra led by Mohamed El Mogy. Hani Shaker’s last concert was his participation in “The Night of the Voice of the Earth”, to honor the late great artist Talal Maddah, which was held at the Mohammed Abdo Theater in Riyadh and brought together nearly 50 Arab artists.
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