Dizin .. The first musician playing the contrabass in Kurdistan Region

7/5/2019 17:27:00

Dizin, a student at the Institute of Fine Arts in Sulaymaniyah, is playing the Contrabass machine and is the first Kurdish girl to play this instrument in the Kurdistan Region.


She was born in Cologne in 1999 and finished primary school there. She returned with her parents, who wanted to leave the country and live in the region. She is now completing her studies in Sulaymaniyah. 


"Her father encouraged her so much in this field that he accompanies her at any concert and carries her huge bag to the venue of the concert and returns it to the house when she finishes." I owe my family a lot and they gave me all the support, "she said.


She is not the only girl to play the contrabass, but she is the first in the Kurdistan Region. She hopes to Support the music lovers, especially those who wants to play this machine after graduating from the institute. 






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