Egyptian Russian University in Badr City hosted، Thursday evening، a huge private concert for its students featuring for the first time in one concert، the performances of Tamer Ashor، Mahmoud El Esseily، and Ramy Gamal.
The trio performed a number of their songs، where El Esseily kicked off the evening، performing a number of his hit songs such as “Msh Madmoun”، “Ya Nas”، and “Heya”، followed by Ramy Gamal’s performance to a number of romance songs.
During his performance، he surprised the audience with song teasers from his new album، which will be released in Eid al-Fitr.
The last part of the evening was concluded by Ashor performance a number of songs from his latest album “khayali” in his first appearance since his divorce from his wife، Samar Abu Shaka، after a six-month marriage.
Noteworthy، Media Advisor of the Egyptian-Russian University، Mohamed El-Sharkawy revealed in a press statement that the concert is allocated for college students only، and the concert tickets will not be sold at any commercial markets.
The concert is held under the auspices of President of the University، Dr. Sherif Fakhry، and the University Student Union.
This concert is part of the tripartite participation in the Festival "7 hours Music" at the annual ceremony hosted by the university for its students.
-About the stars- Tamer Ashor Tamer Ashor is an Egyptian singer and composer. From 2004 to 2011 he released more than 17 songs and 4 albums. Some of his more well-known songs include "Zikrayat Kaddaba"، "Ekhtarna Leh"، "Thania Wahda"، and "Enta Ekhtart".
Mahmoud El Esseily Mahmoud Mohamed El Esseily، mostly known as Mahmoud El Esseily، is an Egyptian singer and actor.
Ramy Gamal Ramy Gamal is an Egyptian Musican، Composer، and Singer.