Various artistic and cultural activities were presented on the third day of the celebration of the Syrian Cultural Days in Tartous, which included musical and dancing evenings in the cultural centers of Tartous, Baniyas and Sheikh Badr.
The Ajyal Dance Theater Group coming from Damascus presented a folkloric performance on the stage of the Tartous Cultural Theater entitled Our Folklore, in which it embodied the diverse artistic style that characterizes the various Syrian governorates and is very popular. Presenting it in a new way while preserving its details.
Ashraf Amouri, a member of the troupe, stated that his love for this art made him join the group 9 years ago, pointing to Ajyal's keenness to present the ancient Syrian folklore with all its components in a sophisticated and distinct style.
The school theater children gave a musical evening in Sheikh Badr’s culture, which included choral and individual singing paragraphs, in addition to playing parts for the Al-Badr Band, as coach Lina Mayhoub indicated that culture is our identity and our presence on this land and must remain present with every generation.
He also presented a concert for the children of Dandana Center at the Cultural Center in the city of Baniyas, led by artist Sumer Muhammad Ali.