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Exploring Egypt and the Gulf Region - Egyptian Embassy

Egypt and the Gulf Region Cultural Immersion Day


Learn about the people, history and culture of Egypt and the region on this special Cultural Immersion Day sponsored by World Artists Experiences whose mission is to promote better understanding of other cultures through the arts. You will be part of a select group invited to meet the ambassador for lunch at the Egyptian Embassy. In addition, there will be visits to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia and the Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman. The program concludes with a visit to the Sackler Museum to see the Turquoise Mountain exhibit featuring Afghan artists and the story of transforming a decimated district of old Kabul into a vibrant cultural and economic center. Transportation, lunch and refreshments are included in the price of $95.00 per person.

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Federico Longo, Pianist

Italian Pianist Flyer

World Artists Experiences PresentsIn partnership with the Embassy of Italy and the Inter-American Development Bank

Federico Longo, Pianist

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Mari-Liis Uibo - Violinist


World Artists Experiences PresentsIn partnership with the Embassy of EgyptMari-Liis Uibo - Violinist

Mari-Liis Uibo completed the Bachelor of Music program at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Austria at the Professor Gerhard Schulz Violin Studio and earned the distinguished Artist Diploma Summa Cum Laude in the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at the Professor Milan Vitek Violin Studio. Mari-Liis has successfully participated in several national and international competitions and has given solo-performances with many orchestras including the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. She has performed with many well-known conductors and has gained an international reputation in many countries. including the United States. She is the scholarship recipient of the Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation. Mari-Liis Uibo is one of many Estonian artists performing on October 1st thoughout the world in celebration of International Music Day. Estonia is a sister state of Harju county in Estonia.


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Luxor Folkloric Dance Troupe


World Artists Experiences PresentsIn partnership with the Embassy of EgyptLuxor Folkloric Dance Troupe

The Luxor Folkloric Dance Troupe is one of the well known Egyptian folk dance troupes. The group has performed in several countries including Italy, China, France, Malaysia, Tunisia, and Belgium. The Luxor Troupe will perform a number of Egyptian Folkloric dances including Elhagala, lskandrany, Tanoura, Pharonic, Nubian, Falahe and Tahtibe.

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WAE Focuses on Vision

World Artists Experiences bridges the world’s communities through showcasing their people and unique cultures. The organization’s goal is to give and receive, build mutual understanding, and offer partnerships. WAE seeks to provide dialogue that encourages respect, friendships that foster trust, and hope that inspires confidence. WAE empowers students, teachers, and communities to be goodwill ambassadors at the grass roots level. They listen, observe, and provide hospitality and inclusiveness as they host each group, resulting in learning and receiving far more than they give. Communities tell stories of how this helps people understand the world from a fresh perspective while connecting their community; 2016–2017 brings artists to carry out the WAE vision from throughout the world in its Ambassador Series of World Experiences.

August hosts Estonia with its great choral tradition being performed by an award-winning girls’ choir.September performances include Serbia with accordion music (from Bach fugues to the tango to jazz); Mexico presenting the great traditions of Veracruz with dance, music, and poetry; an Italian pianist; and a guitar duo from Slovenia.November brings visual artists from Uruguay (painter), China paper cutter), and Austria (exhibition by disabled artists).January 31 welcomes great artists from Beijing, including crafts, acrobatics, and music, to celebrate the Spring Festival.February 7 we travel to Russia with the Kremlin Chamber Orchestra.From February 6 to March 10, the 9th Annual Bridges to the World Film Festival offers the spirit of Hungary, Tunisia, Colombia, Jordan, and Korea in six locations (Annapolis, Bowie, California, Cumberland, Salisbury, and Towson).March, April, and June bring other great artists from Europe, Africa, the Americas, and/or Asia.All of these can be found on the WAE website:, by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by calling 410-647-4482.

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