Damascus, SANA- Syrian student , Michel Hannoush, from Solhi al-Wadi Institute came first in the International Festival and Competition of Inclusive Creativity (Soulful Petersburg), in the Russian city of Petersburg.
The winning of the 14-years- old child holds a taste of challenge and determination mixed with extraordinary talent along with a special health condition raising the name of his country high and confirming to the whole world that there are ,in Syria, unique talents supported by professional professors and institutes that offer the most significant sciences.
Michel’s participation was through playing on the violin remotely due to the current circumstances imposed by coronavirus, competing with a large number of participants in a variety of arts around the world.
He is a fourth year student in violin section as a second specialization ,and at the same time a sixth year student majored at opera singing.
Speaking to SANA, Michel said that the musical instrument he participated through at the festival was the same one through which he previously had won the first place at Solhi al-Wadi Institute, adding that it requires a great training.
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