HE the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Hashim Ali Salem received a tribute letter from Dr. Paulo Daniel Farah, Director General of Library and Research Center, South America and Arab Countries, praising the participation of Dr. Al-Fatih Husain Ahmed, the professor at the College of Music and Drama in the music concert, which was held in Brazil.
Dr. Al-Fatih delivered a lecture on Sudanese Music and its stages of evolution over the years, highlighting its trends, concerns and aesthetics. The lecture found deep resonance in the audience that witnessed the event, in particular music specialists and those interested in this field in Brazil who found it a good opportunity to get acquainted with Sudanese Arts and document its unique characteristics to serve as a reference in the Center.
It is worth mentioning that Dr. Paulo expressed his appreciation for the participation of SUST in the event, and considered it a step paving the way for closer cultural and academic cooperation in future between Sudan and Brazil on matters of joint concern and mutual interest.
World Network news
As much as we regret the losses of
some colleagues, we also cherish the
enrichment of the ICTM World Network
with colleagues from countries
which for various reasons were not yet
represented in the Council. This time,
we proudly announce as many as eight
new Liaison Officers and their countries:
María Gabriela López Yánez
(Ecuador), Joseph Jordania (Georgia),
Lisa Urkevich (Kuwait), Robert Chanunkha
(Malawi), Zlata Marjanović
(Montenegro), Mohammed Adam Sulaiman
Abo-Albashar (Sudan), Marita
Fornaro (Uruguay), and Jerry Rutsate
(Zimbabwe). Reports from three of
these newly included countries (Georgia,
Malawi, and Venezuela) are presented
in this Bulletin on pages 44, 53,
and 72 respectively.
Since the last Bulletin, six new Chairs of
National Committees and one Liaison
Officer were elected, so we take the
opportunity to thank the previous representatives
and welcome their successors.
College students live music and drama to celebrate holidays for independence and are honored Professor Mahi Ismail, founder of the Institute of Music, theater, and provide these forms of drama and national music. And closed at Wallis All 5 on Thursday night college scene 28.1.2010
Shared by Mr. Issa Mohamed Ahmed Nur Hassan Abdall Mr. and Mrs. Raja Musa Abdel Rahman in the first international conference for music education in Egypt in the framework of cultural exchange between the two countries at the kind invitation of the Faculty of Musical Education in Zamalek, Cairo
During the period 9-11 -2 -2010 ã