In the framework of “the Music for Peace Program” , a concert has been recently held for a group of Russian international musicians on the stage of Dar Al-Assad for Culture in Lattakia.
The musical evening was organized by the Ministry of Culture in cooperation with the Russian Embassy in Damascus.
Musicians Vitaly Fatula, a saxophone player, Yevgeny Rumyantsev, a violoncello player and Denis Chivanov, a pianist participated in the evening.
In a statement, Russian musicians expressed their happiness to be in Syria in the framework of the “Music for Peace Program”, which was launched eight years ago to spread classical music and present it on the world stage based on the belief that classical music is the language of love and Peace.
The program also included carrying out several workshops for the students of Mahmoud Al-Ajan Music Institute in Lattakia.
The high level of students and the outstanding talents at the Institute and their quick response to all notes were highly lauded.
Vitaly Fatula, a saxophone player, Yevgeny Rumyantsev, a violoncello player and Denis Chivanov, a pianist participated in the evening.
Fatula, participated in creating the international project “Music for Peace”, through which he visited several countries to provide charity shows and workshops. He is also the founder of the Reformers’ Festival of Classical Music.
Rumyantsev, he is considered a permanent participant in the local and international festivals held in Russia, Europe and Asia. He teaches students at Moscow Conservatory and organizes workshops in Russia and abroad.
During his work at the Conservatory and at the Central Music School, Chivanov prepared dozens of winners in the international competitions.
Music for Peace Program is a global music project carried out by international award-winning musicians. Founders of this program are visiting countries that have suffered wars or have ended their wars and works to spread music and take care of students studying in institutes of music through carrying out several workshops and at the end these workshops a group of outstanding students will be selected to perform on internationally famous stages.