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Experience Nubia
Office: The Hague, the Netherlands

nr. 70204063 Chamber of Commercetel. 

Tel: +201223911052 (Egypt)tel.+31681180400 Holland )experiencenubia@gmail.com   

 We are affiliated with the Dutch Association of Small Tour Companies (VvKR). The VvKR defends the interests of small, often specialized travel agencies. Through the VvKR we gather our strengths and share our expertise and maximize security and satisfaction for both the tour operator and the consumer.  

Welcome to our guesthouse Bet el Kerem in Aswan

Famous Nubian musicians
 

Hamza el-Din, born in Toshka, is also called the father of the Nubian music. His exact age is not known, it is estimated that he has become 75 years. He was the first Nubian musician who has composed music for the oud as a solo instrument. He also played the tar, a percussion instrument, that in felucca's is commonly used to join the tourists to make music and sing. Then in 1964 he performed for American audiences. The folk singer Joan Baez brought him to the attention of Vanguard Records, which ultimately released his album "Music Of Nubia". Another very famous album is "Escalay: the Waterwheel". This album has been a major influence on the now popular genre of "world music". After Hamza el-Din had emigrated to America, he had a strong influence on the musical culture of African Americans. More information

 

Ali Hassan Kuban (1929 – 2001). He was the first with his own band starting to play the girba (some kind of bagpipe), in Nubian weddings in Cairo. In the fifties’ he also added Western instruments to his band, like the saxophone, electric guitar, bass guitar, organ, trumpet and accordion. Through his contract with the German record Piranha, he became internationally known in the genre “world music”. More information

 

De Sudanese Mohammed Wardi has built a rich singing career in the Nubian and Arabic languages, using various instruments including the Nubian tambur. He belongs to the top of African singers, with songs about romance and passion, Nubian folklore, patriotism and politics, which brought him repeatedly in prison. On the other hand, he received a doctorate in literature at the University of Khartoum for his research into the Nubian language. More information

 

Mohamed Mounir (born in Aswan in 1954) is extremely popular, not only in the Arab world, but also far beyond. His pop-oriented style has its roots in various Egyptian and African music. Also his music is inspired by reggae and jazz. His lyrics are often social and political. Furthermore Mounir is a famous actor in Egyptian movies. More information