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Syrian National Symphony Orchestra

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Formation  1993
Headquarters  Damascus Opera House
Genre  Classical
Type  Symphony orchestra
Conductor  Missak Baghboudarian
Record label  Le Phenix
Parent organization  General Association of Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts
Albums  Syrian National Symphony Orchestra
Similar  Solhi al‑Wadi, Kinan Azmeh, Dima Orsho, Malek Jandali, Dinuk Wijeratne

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The Syrian National Symphony Orchestra (Arabic: الفرقة السيمفونية الوطنية السورية‎‎, al-firqah as-sīmfūniyyah al-waṭaniyyah as-sūriyyah) is the national symphony orchestra of Syria. It was founded by Sulhi al-Wadi, who was also its first conductor, and gave its first public concert in 1993. On 4 September 1998 it gave its first concert in the United States, at the Orange County Performing Arts Center. The orchestra has a permanent home in the Damascus Opera House. The conductor is Missak Baghboudarian.

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The repertoire includes both Western classical music and Arab classical music. A concert by the orchestra on 3 February 2009 raised $110,000 for an UNRWA campaign for the children of Gaza.

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Songs

AllegroSyrian National Symphony Orchestra · 2017
Maquam Shahnaz for Lute and StringsSyrian National Symphony Orchestra · 2017
RondoSyrian National Symphony Orchestra · 2017

References

Syrian National Symphony Orchestra Wikipedia


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