The band is like a chorus of traditional and modern Egyptian-Arab awesomeness. There was opera, beat-boxing, traditional Arabic music, instrumental solos, and Islamic... chanting? (I don't know what you'd call it, but it was stunning). The band includes about six vocalists, in addition to a couple of drummers and a violinist who also sing. About every other number was a full ensemble number, and then solos in between. They are all obscenely talented, and their energy is great. I am determined to see them again live. It was fantastic.
I would also like to make a shout out to the Sawy Culturewheel. This is the third concert I've attended there. This event was held in a different hall than the last two concerts I had attended. I am happy to say even the smaller performance space was pretty excellent. Yay arts!