Rami Attallah, an Egyptian pianist, composer, arranger and educator and founder of The Music Hub in Egypt. Grandson of the one and only Bib Henein one of the godfathers of Jazz music in Egypt.
Studied Jazz piano under Mr. Rashad Fahim (A Berklee College of Music Alumni) and classical piano under the Italian teacher Elide Dello Strologo. Gained the Board Certificate for Piano and Music Theory from Trinity College of Music, London. Rami also received a full scholarship from the French government for his studies at le CIM Jazz School in Paris, France.
Wrote over fifty compositions and has worked on tens of arrangements and side projects. Rami performed with many well known musicians and singers such as Lena Chamamyan, Tania Saleh, Cairo Steps and many others. He performed in more than 20 international music festivals around the world in different countries such as France, Italy, Lithuania, Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan and others.
Rami released two albums “Shokran JAZZilan” and “A Conversation” and is teaching Music Theory, Harmony and Piano in Cairo.