Musical centre students graduate
DOHA THE fourth graduation ceremony of the Musical Arts Centre, affiliated to the Ministry of Culture, was held on Friday at the Qatar National Theatre. Minister of Culture, Arts, and Heritage HE Hamad bin Abdulaziz al Kuwari attended the function.
Musical Arts Centre Director Abdallah Ibrahim Mirza said that its aim was to attract new talents and educate them based purely on academic and scientific foundations, representing an entry to learning music.
Maha Abdulatif al Kuwari, an official of the centre, explained the role being played by the centre in developing new artistes of all ages and from all nationalities. She noted that the centre “is always attempting to attract Qatari male and female students.” “We have distributed application forms to schools with the aim of making them know our real activity,” she said.
Maha noted that music has a beautiful language with a great impact on the soul.
The event was marked by the participation of young talents who enchanted the audience with beautiful and harmonised musical performances.
They displayed good team work and great aptitude to adhere to the tunes of the band. They played on piano, guitar, chillo, violin and performed segments from famous Arabic songs like The eternal river and Believe or I will swear.
Students from the centre led by Hazim Abdulazim performed songs like The Night Has Gone and O Qatar, You Are the Life.
Kuwari and Mirza distributed certificates to the graduating students. A number of Qatari artists like Saqr Salih, Matar Ali al Kuwari and Mohammed al Marzuqi, who attended the ceremony, were also honoured on the occasion.