Ayman Massoud (born in Alexandria in 1978) is an Egyptian multi-instrumental musician and composer. He mainly plays keyboards in his band Massar Egbari (www.myspace.com/massaregbari) , in addition to other instruments like guitar, bass, drums, darabuka, ,melodica, oud.
He started his professional musical career in the mid 90's, and played various genres with different bands. He played Egyptian music, Rock, Blues, accoustic, world music and fusion.
In 2006, Ayman was awarded as the best keyboards player in the first international music competition organized by Bibliotheca Alexandrina. And in 2008 he got a certificate in "Music theories" from the Associated board of the Royal schools of music.
During his career Ayman played in many countries such as Egypt, Turkey, Malta, Italy, Macedonia and Tanzania. He participated in lots of workshops and had the chance to play along with notable musicians such as the Egyptian Grammy award and BBC award winner Fathy Salama, The German Blues guitarist Jurgen Schubert, the Italian trumpet player Giovani Falzone, the Italian saxophone player Francesco Berzatti, the Turkish percussionist Izzet Kizil and many more.
He also works as a sound engineer in the music field as well as a sound designer for movies, theatre plays and video installations.
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