Global Music by Syrian cadres
Within the ceremony of the “Ministry of Culture Day…for the word, humanity, life,” the Syrian National Symphony Orchestra held an evening concert entitled “Music we’ve seen” on the Opera Theater in Dar AL-Assad for Culture and Arts.
The band has chosen a number of the most important global films that won international awards to play their soundtracks; “the message” for the French composer Maurice Jarre, the basic melody of “Mission Impossible” for the Argentinean composer Lalo Schiffrin, music from “007” for the British composer Monty Norman, music of “Star Wars” for the American composer John Williams, music from “Titanic” for the American composer James Honer, “Lord of the rings” for the Canadian conposer Howard Chourou, and “Pink Panther” for the Bosnian composer Goran Bregovic.
The Minister of Culture said in a statement to reporters that the opera house in every country receives different cultures, because it is a platform and an open place to all cultures. “we, in the Ministry, have a universal cultural message by the Syrian Symphony through this cinematic musicale to conclude our ceremony that embraced all the elements of culture, music, Fine art, cinema, theater, antiquities, book fairs and seminars”.
The Minister added that the Syrian Opera House activities did not stop during the crisis, and the Syrian Culture is continuous.
Maestro Missak Baghboudarian said that they aimed to deliver messages of love and appreciation, especially to martyr of art Moustapha Akkad.