Sareyyet Ramallah Troupe for Music & Dance, Thursday, August 2, 2001 at 8:00 P.M at Northern Virginia Community College – Annandale Campus Cultural
American Federation of Ramallah, Palestine
Washington, D.C. Chapter
Sareyyet Ramallah Troupe
for Music & Dance
Sareyyet Ramallah Troupe is a Palestinian Artistic Troupe working in the field of Music, Dabkeh, and Dance
Thursday, August 2, 2001 at 8:00 P.M
at Northern Virginia Community College – Annandale Campus Cultural Center (CE) Building.
Directions: From Capital Beltway (495), take the Little River Turnpike exit (236) West toward Fairfax.Continue approximately 1 mile, turningleft at third traffic light (Wakefield Chapel Road).
Parking is free at the Cultural Center parking lot only (Lot E). Tickets:
$20.00 advance purchase.
$25.00 at the door
Your support is needed.Your donation is tax deductible.
Please make your check payable to: AFRP Relief Fund
Any questions please call
George Eways (703) 915-2951
Sami Mufarreh (703) 919-6786
Jeries Audi (703) 631-2799
Hanna Hanania (202) 256-6061
Joe Ayoub(703) 802-6754
Fuad Hishmeh (301) 270-5154
Anees Zaiback: (240) 401-6520
Usama Misleh(703) 850 3598
The First Ramallah Group (Sareyyet Ramallah) is an independent, community based, non governmental organization. Since its establishment in 1930, The FRG has aimed at developing the Palestinian community by focusing its efforts on developmental and community based initiatives, primarily among youth and children. The FRG aims at building the palestinian civil society based on scouts moral values.
Sareyyet Ramallah Troupe is a Palestinian artistic troupe working in the field of music and dance. Its work which is based on the Arab Cultural Heritage, in general, and the Palestinian in Particular, aims at presenting.new Palestinian artistic productions with universal themes, and contributing to the development and upgrading of the artistic and cultural movement in Palestine.
The troupe was established in the early sixties and participated in Al-Tireh Festivels between 1962-1966in several performances in the Ramallah Summer Festivals ,which were coordinated between the FRG and the Ramallah Municipality. Following the June 1967 war, its functions were halted, and were resumed in 1985 to participate in its first performance at the Bethlehem University Folkloric Dabkeh competition, where it wasawarded the first prize.