25 paintings by artist Anwar al-Rahbi depicting scenes from everyday life of ordinary people were showcased at “Notes of Love and War” exhibition opened recently at Alef Noon Gallery in Damascus.
The ancient city of Manbij in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, just like hundreds of archaeological sites across the Syrian territory, bears witness to the illegal excavations have been carried out, the cultural treasures have been stolen and the large-scale theft and destruction the humanitarian heritage has been exposed to due to terrorism.
The Syrian National Symphony Orchestra led by Maestro Misak Baghbudarian performed a number of musical pieces and oriental and Western songs within activities of the 10th International Symphonic Music Festival held at the Opera House in Algiers in presence of huge audience of music lovers.
With a charming artistic touch, Damascene craftsmen specialized in original handicrafts presented distinguished products with a high taste within an exhibition at Damascus-based Abu Rummaneh Cultural Center.
The 58-old-year German artist Ursula Baher died Tuesday in Damascus after long suffering with illness.
46 paintings documenting damage caused to several Syrian areas due to terrorism and the heroic sacrifices made by the Syrian army and media martyrs over the past eight years were showcased at “Rising from the ashes” exhibition by German plastic artist Arzola Baer.
Swiss jazz pianist and composer Marc Perrenoud performed a piano jazz concert at the Damascus-based Opera House on Thursday evening.