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Interview with maestro Samer Hatoum in the Italian artistic director Michele Cocomazzi which discusses and highligthe Italian radio station invited by the director Antonietta Mirtilla Napolitano and hts on the program the Stars of Tomorrow which was established and is run by maestro Hatoum.
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The Stars of Tomorrow
The Stars of Tomorrow is a program which was established by maestro Samer Hatoum in Europe.
This program started as the American European Orchestral Collaboration and then became the Stars of Tomorrow once the composers who participated joined from Asia, Australia . It is based on supporting new composers, opera singers, soprano singers, rising soloists from across the world by allowing them perform with the Ploeisti Philharmonic Orchestra in Romania organized and conducted by maestro Samer Hatoum.
The composers who premiered their music come from Canada, United States of America ( Los Angeles ), Germany, Italy, Australia, Malta, Taiwan
In these performing sessions, video recording is provided to allow the new music to be heard and promoted according to copyright criteria.
The recording started with the Danube Symphony Orchestra in Budapest -Hungary and is in partnership with the Ploeisti Philharmonic Orchestra in Romania.
Full assistance in scoring and orchestration, score review and upgrade is provided according to the requirement of the music The first rising star is the violin soloist Antonio Piculeata who is a Romanian-American born 9 year old boy & the Polish world recognized soprano voice Dominika Zamara who is based in Italy - Venice.
Article by Hasana Sakbani, Journalist
Here is the article journalist Hasana Sakbani recently wrote about composer & conductor Samer Hatoum:
Samer Hatoum......... the cheerful music is better than the medicine for the unhealthy imagination.
An international music maker, enriched the Lebanese oriental music until he his own fingerprint as well as he shared in compositing music specialised for music therapy, has many music works with Arab and international composers, his last composition is called Hope which he meant to engage the oriental music with the classical music which was presented by the Lebanese Oriental Orchestra
We had to meet with maestro Samer Hatoum in order to know more details about his work and life as he told his birth and beginning.
Dominika Zamara is a Polish born and Italian based Opera singer with a long history of musical education and public opera singing experience with remarkable names among conductors and orchestras across the world.
Click here to go to Domoinka's website and read more about Opera Soprano Dominika Zamara.