The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra has not been absent from any Qatari occasion, as it often takes place at the opening of conferences and forums organized by the state or in which it participates.
The band participated in the opening ceremony of the Qatar Economic Forum yesterday, Monday, with a piece of music that won the admiration of the participants, and it mixed between traditional music in Qatar and new classical music, composed by Qatari artist Dana Al Fardan. Read also A remarkable appearance of an Egyptian musician at the royal mummies ceremony.. Who is Radwa El-Behairy? Music therapy is not an illusion.. How does Beethoven help you get rid of anxiety? The soundtrack.. the magician of audible cinema An Arabic music group from immigrants in Canada
The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra was established in 2007 as a center affiliated with Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, and it consists of 101 professional instrumentalists who were selected through auditions of international standards held in Europe and the Arab world.
The orchestra, whose opening ceremony was held on October 30, 2008, led by Maestro Lauren Mazel, seeks to sow the seeds of symphonic music in the Arab region, as well as a platform for music from all over the world.
The orchestra’s world premieres in 2011-2012 included Marcel Khalife’s Symphony “The Return”, the Violin Concerto by Jean-Charles Gandrel, the Oud Concerto by Abdullah Al-Masry, “Fauda” for piano and orchestra by Rami Khalifa and the piano concerto “Angel of Light” by Hataf Khoury.
The Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra, which also participated a few days ago in the St. Petersburg Forum, Russia, presents approximately 40 concerts a year, at the Opera House in the Katara Cultural Village, which opened in December 2010 with the world premiere of the Rababa Concerto, by artist Marcel. successor.
The works of the Qatari artist, Dana Al-Fardan, who wrote the opening piece of the Qatar Economic Forum, have gained worldwide fame, as well as the various distinguished musical works that she produced, the most recent of which was the musical “Broken Wings” produced by “West End” in London, and Alfardan is considered an entrepreneur. She was recently appointed as the official composer of Qatar Airways’ music.
Qatari artist, Dana Al-Fardan, considered the musical piece with which the Qatar Economic Forum opened, as a tribute to the traditional music of her country, Qatar, which is mixed with her own interpretations of neoclassical music, which indicates the interconnected nature of cultural awareness in the region, expressing gratitude to everyone who helped her to come out with this piece of music. The shape is wonderful.