The Syrian artist revivedSarah FarahShe performed a concert, on the stage of the Opera House in Damascus, last Saturday evening, and she dazzled the audience with her strong trumpet voice.
The ceremony was attended by many artists, journalists, representatives and ministers, on the occasion of honoring the Syrian musician TaherMamelli.
During the ceremony, Sarah sang the badge of the series “When wolves get old“”, composed by Mamelli, as she sang the badge of the series “Maqamat of love“, also composed by him.
The ceremony was organized by Shams Academy, in cooperation with “Da Al-Assad General Authority for Culture and Arts والفن“AndSyrian Ministry of TourismIt was presented in collaboration with an orchestraOrpheus, which includes more than 30 professional musicians, under the direction of the maestro Andre Maalouli.
Sarah posted, on her personal page on the social networking site, pictures of the ceremony, expressing her pride in her participation in this ceremony, and commented: “It was an honor to be present at Maestro Taher Mamli’s concert at the Syrian Opera House.”