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The 'Andalusia: History and Civilization' initiative has included a series of artistic and musical events, as well as exhibitions of various works of art and heritage collections
Abu Dhabi, January 19, 2024.- The 'Andalusia: History and Civilization' initiative has successfully concluded its artistic program with an exciting concert titled 'Andalusian Nights: Guitar and Arabic Music'. The concert, performed by the internationally famous guitarist Antonio Rai and the lutenist Sadiq Jaafar, brought together a large number of lovers of Andalusian art. The 'Andalusia: History and Civilization' initiative has included a series of artistic and musical events, as well as exhibitions of various works of art and heritage collections. The main objective of the initiative is to make the public aware of the rich Arab-Andalusian heritage, while promoting intercultural understanding. The series of musical programs prior to the concert 'Andalusian Nights: Guitar and Arabic Music' at the Emirates Palace played a key role in defending cultural heritage and promoting the values of tolerance and coexistence. The artistic activities of the The initiative, which lasted several months, included a series of musical events, including the 'Noches de Córdoba', a symphonic performance by a 50-member orchestra, conducted by world-renowned maestro Enma Shara. The event was held on October 8 at the Emirates Palace Auditorium in Abu Dhabi, captivating the public with the beauty of Spanish symphonies that carry the soul of Andalusian melodies. The evening "Ya Zaman al Wasl bil Andalusi", which paid tribute to the Andalusian Muwashahat, was another highlight. This performance, which took place on November 12 at the Emirates Palace Theatre, featured a large choir of singers, accompanied by a talented group of musicians and vocalists led by conductor Ghada Harb. In addition, the initiative included a memorable "Noche Flamenca", which took place on December 20, by Anna Morales, an internationally famous artist recognized for her mastery of traditional Spanish art. His Excellency Mohammed Al Murr, President of the Committee of the 'Andalusia: History and Civilization' Initiative, has expressed his satisfaction at the successful conclusion of the artistic programs of the initiative, which celebrates the rich heritage of the ancient Andalusian civilization. His Excellency underlined that the artistic events in Abu Dhabi represented the convergence of Arab and Spanish cultures, as they showcased the diverse artistic traditions of Andalusia. The program of artistic events, which included exceptional displays of various art forms, such as verses, flamenco dances and guitar melodies, among others, was also well received by His Excellency. His Excellency has said: "The 'Andalusia Initiative: History and Civilization' was launched based on the UAE's firm commitment to promoting the values of tolerance, openness, coexistence and cultural exchange. Andalusian civilization is a true embodiment of these values, which the UAE aims to consolidate. The line-up of performances and exceptional artistic events of the initiative, which seamlessly blended Arab and Spanish works of art in an Andalusian fusion, served as an ideal forum to highlight these humanist principles."The 'Andalusia: History and Civilization' initiative has hosted In recent months, various artistic and cultural events have been held, with the main objective of promoting intercultural knowledge and artistic exchange between the Arab world and Spain. One of the main milestones of the initiative was the cultural seminar organized in the Spanish capital last year, together with the recently concluded artistic programs. As part of the initiative, the 'Art Exhibition' will continue to be present at the Gran Centro Sheikh Zayed Mosque, while the second cultural seminar is scheduled to be held in the UAE in February. The initiative is a joint cultural project between the UAE and Spain that aims to showcase the rich Andalusian heritage and celebrate its achievements, while deepening the understanding of the impact of Andalusian culture around the world. Issuer: 'Andalusia: History and Civilization '
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