PARIS 〓 France is to help Saudi Arabia set up a national orchestra and opera

2018/04/10
【最終更新日】2020/02/13

France’s Françoise Nyssen Cultural Minister announced on 9th that “The National Opera of Paris signed an agreement to help establish the Saudi Arabian national orchestra and the National Opera.” Culture Minister Nyssen and Awwad Alawwad Cultural Information Minister have signed the agreement. Prior to the signing, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the first French official visit, had dinner with President Emmanuel Macron at the Louvre on sunday evening. In the plan, Saudi Arabia plans to create a cultural industry that cultivates art, theater, music, movies, with meditation in 2030, including the establishment of the National Orchestra and the National Opera among them.

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