Dima_Orsho.jpgDima Orsho

The first Syrian soprano with Masters degree in opera performance from The Boston Conservatory, a widely recognized Syrian musician holding a B.M. degree in Opera performance & clarinet from Damascus High Institute of Music and Drama. Born in Damascus 1975, Dima Orsho studied piano at the Arab Conservatory of Music in Damascus. She has appeared as a soloist in the Middle East, Europe & USA including solo appearances with The Syrian National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Sulhi Al Wadi and Missak Baghboudarian since 1995, solo performance in the Opening of the Damascus opera house in 2004, performances with the ZTH in Amsterdam, Brussels, Duisburg, Athens, Cologne and Vienna, the role of Titania in Britten's Midsummer Night's Dream conducted by Federico Cortese & directed by Sanford Sylvan in 2006. Dima Orsho is a member of Leish Troup for Movement Theater as a singer and composer. She arranged music for the opening show of Damascus International Cinema Festival in 2003. As for Cinema, she composed and arranged music for films by Rami Farah, and Nidal Al- Debs.