She presented her first collection: "Ya Katili Bilhajr."
She presented her second collection: "Khoulikti Jamila"; and the third: "Abana".
Presented her fourth collection: "BiAlbi Fi Haki"; and the fifth: “Shajaret Al-Eid”; and the sixth: "Umsiya Miladiya".
She participated in the opening ceremony of the Syrian Satellite Station and in the Second Syrian Song Festival.
She won the Golden Ornina Award for her poem "Haneen" at the 3rd Syrian Song Festival.
Presented her seventh collection: "Haneen"; and the eighth: “Maryamiat.” She won the Ornina Award for the best performance and theater attendance at the 4th Syrian Song Festival. She participated in the Love Festival in Lattakia.
She contributed to presenting the Syrian Night at the Egyptian Opera House in Cairo. She won the gold award for her song: "Kizbak Hilu" from the Cairo Festival. She participated in the Fifth Syrian Song Festival.
She received a commemorative shield for her song: "Henayina" from the Mother's Day Festival in Amman-Jordan. She held a party on the amphitheater of the Citadel of Aleppo as part of the Bosra Festival. She held two concerts at the Opera House: Madrid-Spain for the Syrian community. She won the Golden Ornina Award for her song: "Ya Ghali" (5th Song Festival 1998). She won the Ornina Award for the song: "Kizbak Hilu" as the best performance and theater presence (4th Syrian Song Festival 1998). She gave a concert at the UNESCO Palace, Beirut-Lebanon.
The Golden Ornina was awarded for the song: "Hawa Tani", and the song itself won the Ornina Award as the best modern melody at the Sixth Syrian Song Festival. Her song: "Khaleni Ala Qaddi" won the Best Modern Melody award at the Seventh Syrian Song Festival. She held a party for the Syrian community in Los Angeles-USA. She also held a party at the Palace Fine Art Complex in San Francisco. She performed two concerts within the Medina Festival in Tunisia, and this visit was the third to the Republic of Tunisia.
She won the Golden Award as the best video song (video clip) at the Bahrain Festival for her song: "Hawa Tani". She participated in the Medina Festival in Tunisia for the second time and performed two concerts at the Municipal Theater. She performed many concerts in Syria and abroad, and presented special songs for Al-Quds and the martyrs of the uprising.
She performed the Arab Child Story Awards ceremony in the United Arab Emirates and presented an operetta for this occasion. She released her new national collection: "The Bells of Bethlehem", and most of these songs were broadcast by most Arab satellite channels. Her song, "The Bells of Bethlehem", won the Silver Award at the Cairo Festival.
She released her new collection "A'di" which included 10 new songs. She participated for the sixth time in the Medina and Kairouan Festival in Tunisia. She won the Silver Award in Cairo for the song "Man Yakra Baadi". The song "The Bells of Bethlehem" in Tunisia won the second prize at the Hammamet Spring Festival for Arabic song. She received a commemorative shield in the sixth Omani Song Festival 2003. She won the first prize in Cairo for the morning song. The song "Tayeb Khalik" won the Golden Ornina at the 9th Syrian Song Festival.
She won the first prize for the song "Ya Rja'i" at the Arab Song Festival in Casablanca, Morocco.
She participated in the opening ceremony of the festival "Aleppo Capital of Islamic Culture" and filmed for television the song "Baqieen".
She gave a concert with the Syrian Philharmonic Orchestra and it was the opening of the Castle and the Valley Festival.
She recorded two songs to welcome the guests of the Arab Summit Conference, which was held in Damascus. She participated in the opening of the Damascus Film Festival, which was presented at the Opera House.
She participated in the "Baqoon" festival, which was held by the General Authority of Dar Al-Assad for Culture and Arts; with the National Band of Arab Music led by Adnan Fathallah.
She performed the opening ceremony of the Arab Music Festival on the stage of the Opera House in Damascus with the National Band of Arab Music.
She performed the opening ceremony of the Arab Music Festival for the second time on the stage of the Opera House in Damascus with the National Band of Arab Music. She released her latest album, "Inta Bi'albi", in a private party at the Opera House.
She gave a special concert for The Martyrs of Media at the Syrian Opera House, and it was the last concert she gave at the time.
She recorded a group of psalms and hymns. This collection would be the last of her life.
She passed away on March 17, 2021 after a struggle with illness that lasted for many years. After her death, her last album, "The Last Will - Al-Wasyia Al-Akhira" was released, which death prevented her from hearing.
1 - Khoulikti Jamila
Khoulikti Jamila خُلِقتِ جميلةMayada Bseliss7:10
Ta’ali Ilayya تعالي إليَّMayada Bseliss5:29
Ouzkouri اذكريMayada Bseliss6:45
Al Ousfour العصفورMayada Bseliss5:24
Lahza لحظةMayada Bseliss4:52
Soulayma سُليمىMayada Bseliss9:39
Arygou El Zahri أريج الزهرMayada Bseliss6:22
Wasla Halabiya وصلة حلبيةMayada Bseliss7:54
Al Wada’ الوداعMayada Bseliss4:02
Lahza (Instrumental) لحظةMayada Bseliss2:59
2 - B'Albi Fi Haki
Billahi Ya Kalbi بالله يا قلبيMayada Bseliss5:57
Leh Tilaw’ini ليه تلاوعنيMayada Bseliss6:01
La Taloumni لا تلمنيMayada Bseliss3:18
Lamma’nta Nawi لما انت ناويMayada Bseliss5:46
Bassama’l Kawnou بَسَمَ الكونُMayada Bseliss4:31
B’Albi Fi Haki بقلبي في حكيMayada Bseliss5:06
Beni w’benak بيني وبينكMayada Bseliss3:41
‘Haramtani’l Manam حرمتني المنامMayada Bseliss3:38
Tibi’yni Leh تبيعيني ليهMayada Bseliss4:34
Ya Katili Bilhajri يا قاتلي بالهجرMayada Bseliss4:42