Chinese symphony orchestra captivates audience in Cairo

Added On September 6, 2019

The orchestra played on Tuesday night a number of Chinese songs and symphonies such as My Homeland, Today is Your Birthday, My Homeland China, and My Heart Belongs to China.  
The instrumentalists played famous Western music of renowned musicians including W.A.Mozart, Johann Strauss II, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
The musicians played There is Something Sweet About It, the musical piece of famous Egyptian composer Omar Khairat, which received a warm applause from the audience.
Liaoning Symphony Orchestra, boasting a group of high-level instrumentalists, is one of the oldest and most influential symphony orchestras in China.
In the past 40 years, the orchestra has staged in many countries numerous performances of symphonic masterpieces.
China and Egypt upgraded their relations to a comprehensive strategic partnership in 2014, and since then there has been a steady stream of artists, cultural and musical delegations paying frequent visits to each other's country.