Please join the College of Humanities Middle East Center as we welcome Ramy Adly, composer, instructor and oud player.
Monday, June 19, 2017 | 7pm | Edgar J. Thompson Chamber Music Hall (Second floor of David Gardner Hall)
Born in 1985 in Egypt, Ramy Adly is an accomplished composer and performer. His early love of ancient music has led to a lifetime of devoted study of perfecting the knowledge, technique, and performance on the Oud. He has appeared hundreds of times as a soloist in opera houses, theaters, cathedrals and churches, and classic sets for VIPs, often including amazing professional musicians from around the world. People from all over the world attend his fine concerts – politicians, artists, academics, philosophers, film directors, and ambassadors. Many of them have become Ramy’s good friends.
Graduated from the Arab Oud House after performing his recital concert which lasted more than an hour and a half, before a public audience, the media and the jury that gave him the degree of “Soloist of the most Excellent level”.
Ramy founded the School of Oud Online project in 2013, and teaches the oud to students all over the world.
Find out more about Ramy here