A’det Ghona (The Singing Circle) is a non-profit initiative aiming at helping others express, explore and heal through group singing. Launched in Egypt in 2017, The Singing Circle the first and only initiative in the country that used vocal art to create a safe space for expression and positive interaction among hundreds of people of different ages, backgrounds and places.
Klaxics is the largest A Cappella ensemble in Egypt, a one-of-a-kind project that anyone can apply to become part of irrespective of age, background or even previous musical experience.
To present classical and contemporary songs in Egyptian dialect, the ensemble uses A Cappella: a classical art of singing that relies solely on human voices rather than musical instruments to make music. Watch this playlist for the project's releases to date.
The ensemble won the first prize of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina's Summer Festival Contest 2021, the Cultural Resource "Wijhat" grant in 2020, the Gemini Africa and Wasla Incubation Awards in 2022 and the Garage El-Mahrousa incubator award in 2023.