After the financial blues of the COVID-19 pandemic, the French saxophone maker favored by American jazz greats celebrates its 100th birthday looking to expand further in Asia and the United States.
Selmer experienced two difficult years after the pandemic began in 2020, the company's executive chairman Thierry Oriez tells AFP.
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A 1,600-year-old flute and bronze ring with a key have been unearthed during excavations in the 3,000-year-old Zerzevan Castle, located in the Çınar district of Diyarbakır and which served as the last garrison of the Roman Empire in the east. The castle is on the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List.
Koper – The Koper cathedral will inaugurate its new organ at Saturday’s mass, which is to be attended by Apostolic Nuncio to Slovenia Jean-Marie Speich and President Borut Pahor. The organ, which came from the famous Tonhalle concert hall in Zurich, is the second largest in Slovenia and will sound in a concert for the first time in the country on Sunday.
As part of his world tour 'Endless,' composer and kamancheh master Mark Eliyahu will be at Zorlu PSM Turkcell Stage on Nov 19.
The musician will be accompanied by his father, musician, composer, musicologist and tar master Piris Eliyahu, as well as Rony Iwryn on percussion, Haim Weiss on keyboards, and Adi Rotem on guitar and keyboards on stage.
Moldova's Culture Minister has apologised for customs officers' "excess zeal" after they confiscated internationally awarded violinist Alexandra Conunova's Stradivarius violin at the airport.
Customs employees at Chisinau Airport filed a criminal case against the famous Moldovan violinist for not declaring the instrument's value, estimated 2 million euros, to Customs Services.