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Brazilian pianist Mario Barbus joins the National Symphony Orchestra for its evening


Damascus, SANA- In every evening the National Symphony Orchestra presents new proof that music is the language of the world.


In every evening revived by the National Symphony Orchestra, it presents new proof that music is the language of the world transcends borders and makes human creativity a bridge of communication between them, bringing western music to the opera stage and introducing the people of the East to it in order to achieve human interaction and cultural cross-fertilization called creativity.

In the evening, which was held today at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts, led by Maestro Misak Baghboudrian, the Brazilian pianist Mario Barbus participated in the Syrian National Symphony Orchestra, and together they evoked a jazz sequence for piano and orchestra “snowflakes – lyrical waltz – volka – and a fast movement by author Alexander Tsavsman.”

The band also played Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker sequence, beginning with a stylized opening and international dances with a distinctive character, which moved the audience between Arab, Russian and Chinese dance, the March dance, the sugar fairy and small flutes, to conclude the evening with a waltz of roses.

Amani Farooj

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Source: sena

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