July 3, 2019 till July 12, 2019
Global Week for Syria
July 5, 2019
Samuel Rohner's concert #1
July 9, 2019
Samuel Rohner's concert #2
The 5th edition of Global Week for Syria in Lebanon will take place from 3 to 12 July 2019 in Beirut and Tripoli. With each new edition of the festival we strive to demonstrate how a more solid construction for a community is built on humanity, co-creation and culture of dialogue.
Global Week for Syria festival will present Dutch, Swiss, Swedish, French, German, Norwegian, British, Ukrainian, Egyptian, Portuguese, Lebanese, and Syrian musicians. Among the festival highlights:
Tania Saleh & Lina Nyberg In Harmony, New European Ensemble (NL) and Tatiana Primak Khoury (LB/UA) Presenting works by Houtaf Khoury (LB), Hendrik Andriessen (NL) and others, and Sawa Children Ensemble (SY) feat. Nigel Osborne (UK), Students of Beit El-Musiqa direction Dr. Hayaf Yassine, Wild Man Conspiracy (NL/AR), Maryanka Golovchenko (UA/NL), Semuel Rohrer (CH), Reudi Felder (CH), Nadine Rossello (FR), Kinan Adnawi (SY), Florian Zenker (DE), Khaled Omran (SY), Dani Shukri (SY), Hani Al Sawah (SY), Tarek Khuluki (SY), Felicia van den Ende (NL), James Meldrum (UK), Eduardo Olloqui (ES), Connie Tanner (UK), Rune Brodahl (NO)
On July 3rd the festival starts in Beirut at AUB Assembly Hall with Tania Saleh & Lina Nyberg “In Harmony” project featuring Nancy Mounir (EG), David Stackenäs (SE), Josef Kellerdahl (SE), Susana Dos Santos Silva (PT), Peter Danemo (SE).
Global Week for Syria is a multidisciplinary call for peace, support and co-creation. It is the project aimed at raising awareness, creating platforms and stimulating artistic co-creations between Syrian musicians and local/international musicians. The international program of the Global Week for Syria includes:
- Music Festival in Lebanon
- Live Concerts, Fundraising Events and Conferences in cities across the globe
- Musical Workshops in Lebanon
This year Global Week for Syria will partner in the Applied Academic Workshop “Recreating Pluralism & Syrian Refugees”, 6-11 July, in collaboration with Warche 13 Art & Civic Space, Mina.
Full program HERE