Since the Dubai Opera first opened, it has hosted over 400 events and catered to over 425,000 visitors. Now, close to its second anniversary, the Dubai Opera is bringing in a new season of exciting shows covering a variety of genres.
Here are some of the season highlights:
Comedy Night (1st November) – In collaboration with “Arabs Are Not Funny”, Comedy Night is back by popular demand. The comedian line up of Fatiha El Ghorri, Nabil Abdulrashid, Maria Shehata and Welsh-Egyptian comic Omar Hamdi is sure to leave you in fits of laughter.
Guy Manoukian (17th November) – Internationally recognized Lebanese Armenian pianist and composer Guy Manoukian and his orchestra will be putting on a spectacular concert. The show will feature a fusion of Arabic classics like Om Kalthoum and Manoukian hit songs.
Miloš Karadaglic (26th November) – A chart-topping artist, Milos Karadaglic(pictured above) was named “classical music’s guitar hero” by BBC Music Magazine. His solo recital promises the audience a spectacular night.
The Nutcracker and I (12th December) – Alexandra Dariescu’s take on the classic tale of the Nutcracker, this multimedia performance immerses the audience into the story. While Dariescu plays the piano, a ballerina follows the music behind a see-through gauze screen, combining reality with technology.
BBC Proms Dubai (19th to 22nd March) – A British tradition, BBC Proms brings the best of classical music to a wide audience. Alongside the main concerts, Proms in Dubai runs an educational and entertaining programme including pre-concert talks, open rehearsals, chamber music coaching and a foyer performance with young musicians, masterclasses, a choral workshop with local Arabic school choirs and the creation of a new ensemble: the Dubai Opera Festival Chorus.
Book your tickets now and get a 20% early bird discount.
For more info and to book your tickets visit www.dubaiopera.com