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Iraqi Museum specialists receive grant to study in the US

A group of Iraqi museum professionals departed Baghdad for the United States, where they will participate in a five-week, intensive Cultural Heritage Institute ... Baghdad for the United States, where they will participate in a five-week, intensive Cultural Heritage ...

15/08/2010 - 12:19 - comment 0

Baghdad is the world's worst city

but desirable . According to a recent study by the Mercer consulting group, Baghdad placed last when ... According to a recent study by the Mercer consulting group, Baghdad placed last when it comes to quality of life. This is no small loss – Mercer looks at 239 ...

Editor's Choice - 23/03/2014 - 10:47 - comment 0

Beirut-born Mayssa Karaa carries her music from the "American Hustle" soundtrack to Canada this month

and a musical bridge between two worlds.  Royal Star Tour Inc and their presenting sponsor the Canadian Arab Institute along with Toronto luminaries have joined forces to present this unique musical evening featuring ... music institute. Karaa’s talents now had the opportunity to flourish and be nurtured. Berklee is alma ...

08/05/2014 - 05:00 - comment 0

Study for a day for free at SAE’s Open Day

filmmaking and electronic music production.  Predrag Toncev, SAE Institute Dubai Campus Manager, said: ... enthusiasts can experience the range of SAE courses for a day for free, as part of SAE’s Study at SAE 4 a Day ... experience the range of SAE courses for a day for free, as part of SAE’s Study at SAE 4 a Day programme. ...

Press Release - 11/05/2011 - 10:54 - comment 0

Cairo's concert for a cause huge success

of Musical Studies in Baghdad in 1987. He is known for his concern with humanitarian issues, volunteering ... pieces were sung by Syrian soprano Racha Rizk, who graduated in 2002 from the High Institute of Music ... by Maestro Nayer Nagui, who studied conducting under the tutelage of Professor Maestro Dominique Rouits ...

14/05/2013 - 05:01 - comment 0

From music to arts activities, Cairo & Alexandria certainly aren't short of events this week

Festival for Children to the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival, paralleled by many music and arts ... AFCA and German Consol Theatre. The performance is a result of one year study visits in Germany ... at 7pm Contemporary Image Collective (CIC) and Goethe Institute will open the Layer of Green ...

16/03/2014 - 13:06 - comment 0

It's electric! Ten Cities Project breathes new life into Cairo music scene

and a shared passion for electronic music came together for a concert that produced a small musical earthquake ... joined two electronic music musicians from Berlin, Alva Noto and Byetone (Diamond Version project), ... by the Goethe-Institute Cairo and 100COPIES, the event gathered a diverse audience that filled up the Rawabet Theater, ...

20/05/2013 - 09:04 - comment 0

Making Muslim Music for charity: Maher Zain and Mesut Kurtis

and responsible partnership with various educational institutions to improve society as a whole without ... who had a career as a music producer in both the Swedish and US industries. His debut album was   ... Platinum awards from Warner Music Malaysia as the highest selling album of 2010 and in 2011, the album also ...

18/04/2012 - 07:51 - comment 0

Oxford University to Establish World's First Internet Institute

university in the world to set up an institute devoted entirely to studying the Internet when it begins Oxford University is to become the first major university in the world to set up an institute devoted entirely to studying the Internet when it begins an initial research program in autumn, reported ...

18/05/2010 - 19:33 - comment 0

Learning a second language is vital to the development of young minds, says Eton Institute

pronunciation and intonation in a new language. A recent study conducted by the Institute proves ... the cognitive skills and creativity in children, says Eton Institute. Learning foreign languages at an early age develops the cognitive skills and creativity in children, says Eton Institute ...

Press Release - 29/06/2011 - 14:10 - comment 0