Egyptian Jazz Group , Eftekasat

"Eftekasat Jazz Group was established in late 2001 and gave its debut performance in February 2002 at the Cairo Jazz Club Festival. The show was acclaimed as unique and original.Eftekasat is one of very few Egyptian independent music groups that have managed to establish themselves on the scene in such little time. Their original compositions can be classified as oriental jazz/fusion/jazz rock and sometimes world music, insofar as they attempt to find a new, unorthodox dimension for oriental musical themes through fusion with other musical styles, such as jazz, rock, and Latin. Eftekasat has participated in numerous major cultural events, locally and internationally, such as: Modern Folk Musik Festival-Cairo, Egypt|Cairo Jazz club festivalBansko International 4th Jazz Festival-Bansko, Bulgaria|OZOMATLI middle east tour - Cairo, Alexandria|Carthage Jazz festival-Tunis|S.O.S music festival|Nisville Jazz festival-Serbia|Bansko 11th Jazz festival-Bulgaria|San Jose 19th Jazz festival-U.S.A|
Eftekasat is a slang word that means innovations or innovative ideas."

Eftekasat-Anxious Dance

Eftekasat-Guitar solo jam

Eftekasat-Live @ Nisville, Serbia Jazz Fest

Eftekasat Promo Video

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