Darwish Holding has been awarded, on behalf of Fifty One East and Yamaha Music School in Qatar, with the best “Yamaha Music School Award” for its outstanding achievements, at the recently concluded 2016 Musikmesse Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.
The award ceremony took place at a gala reception organised by Yamaha Music Gulf FZE, for all its regional distributors. Musikmesse in Frankfurt is the international trade fair for musical instruments, sheet music, music production and marketing.
The fair gives visitors the chance to test new products, to see and hear well-known artists at workshops and product demonstrations as well as attend numerous concerts, autograph sessions, events and awards ceremonies.
Ghayath Arakji, senior commercial manager, at Darwish Holding, received the award from Yasuaki Gyoten, managing director at Yamaha Music Gulf, in the presence of Masato Oike, director and senior executive officer – senior general manager, at Yamaha Corporation Japan.
Yamaha Music School in Qatar is described as the first and only school in the region that exclusively incorporates the authentic Yamaha Education System, a teaching methodology that has received widespread appreciation and acceptance from both parents and students alike. The system reinforces the trust and expertise of the Yamaha brand within the music teaching industry developed over the past 50 years.
Commenting on the award, Bader al-Darwish, chairman and managing director, Darwish Holding, stated this is the second award that Yamaha Music School in Qatar has won from the prestigious and one of the most prominent platforms in the world of music.
“We are thrilled to receive this award while achieving our mission at the Yamaha Music School of Qatar to deliver the highest quality in teaching experience. We are committed to providing only the best and take pride in our teaching staff, who have been handpicked from all corners of the globe to contribute to Qatar’s success on the global arena.”
Yamaha Music School, at Fifty One East-Lagoona Mall, has witnessed progress since the day it was inaugurated, in the teaching skills and has grown in the number of students attending various music sessions reaching 250.

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