On a Damascene night, the tones of musical instruments flowed between the corridors of Al-Azm Palace, to be enjoyed by the attendees through a concert that combined the beautiful voice and pure oriental Arabic music. Kamal Skiker performed her musical performance and his band Qased accompanied by the young artist Heba Fahemeh singing.
The program of the concert began with a musical piece called Safaa, which is oriental. In its performance, the band focused on strings composed by Skiker, to release a selection of traditional and traditional songs. The singer Fahimeh chose to start with a song by Mrs. Fayrouz “Good morning and evening” for the audience to enjoy the song “Raqqa Hasanak and Semark”.
After that, Fahma performed the song “Welcome to the Lovers” as a special kind of welcoming the attendees, who interacted with her with joy and applause, after which she performed the song “Ya Musafir Wahdak” by Mohamed Abdel Wahab and a variety of Egyptian songs.
Fahmeh enthralled the audience with a selection of Al-Qudud Aleppine and the original Syrian heritage with remarkable creativity within well-thought-out links on the shrine of Rast and the shrine of the Bayat.
In an interview with the SANA Newsletter, Fahima, a graduate of the Higher Institute of Music, explained that the concert program is, as usual, Syrian and Tarab, with distinction, in which we aim to present the authentic heritage and beautiful music.
It is noteworthy that Maestro Kamal Skiker is a graduate of the Oud class at the Higher Institute of Music.
As for the Qased Ensemble, it was founded in 2008 and includes forty musicians and singers.