In 1984 Dima started her piano lessons in the Arabic
institute of music in Damascus. In the year 1993 she started Opera lessons
as her main profession with Galena Khaldieva and Shawna Beassely, and
Clarinet as her second profession with Anatoly Moratof, in the high
institute of music and graduated in 1998.
She participated during her study in "DIDO & AENEAS" the first opera
produced in Syria.
In 2002, Dima performed "Bachanten" with ZTH, in Brussels, Vienna,
Amsterdam, Athens, Cologne, and Duisburg; followed by traditional
Syrian-music concerts in Paris, Geneva and Brussels.
In September 2004, Dima joined LEISH TROUP for movement theater, composing
and arranging music for all the performances, latest of which was "Darkest
Times" in 2004. Dima started working for TV, Radio, and Theater since 1993
and she arranged music for the last opening show of Damascus International
Cinema Festival in 2003.
As for Cinema, Dima composed and arranged music for the short film
"Zamakan" directed by Rami Farah and the long film "Under The Ceiling"
directed by Nidal Al-Debs in 2004.