Members of the
The school teaches Gazans not only music, but also how to send their message to the whole world using music, according to a Palestinian artist.
To restore the school so that it remains a prominent cultural institution in
A'war said the ESNCM launched the
Some 70 to 80 musicians, aged between 14 and 24 years old, are members of the orchestra.
"They participate in a 10-day workshop held annually. The members are Palestinians who live outside Palestine. Some Arab and foreign musicians take part in the concerts as well," A'war added.
He noted that some may believe that Palestinians are not well educated because they are under occupation, so music is a way to change this view and spread the culture of Palestine abroad.
During the performance, presented by ESNCM in cooperation with
"The school is really important because music represents the identity and culture of Palestine," Najim added.
"This concert shows that Palestine has aspiring artists who have a great passion for music."
"I am also a big fan of classical music and music helps heal the soul."
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