Dubai's The Fridge launches virtual series of concerts

The popular concert series is back for its 32nd season

Dubai’s The Fridge launches virtual series of concerts

The Fridge, Alserkal Avenue’s musical hub, is bringing back its popular concert series for its 32nd season – virtually.

Live music-lovers across the UAE will be treated to a series of virtual concerts from top local talent every Monday at 8pm throughout June.

Livestreaming directly from The Fridge, the series kicks off tonight (Monday June 8) with Viktoriia Demi, a highly talented and award-winning pianist. Demi has won numerous piano competitions across Europe and performed at some of the finest music festivals around the world – needless to say, we’re excited to see her virtual performance.

Next Monday (June 15), Noush Like Sploosh will be performing from her debut album, Whimcycle, and on Monday June 22 music fans can expect stellar tunes from local band NOON. Expect a mix of funk groove, African and Indian percussive rhythms and electronic effects from the talented trio.

Taking to the virtual stage on Monday June 29 is the Niki Mukhi Quintet. Having performed in over 50 cities around the world, their high intensity performances feature exciting original compositions inspired by Indian Classical, Flamenco and West African music.

All the concerts will start at 8pm sharp and will be streamed live via www.thefridgedubai.com/scene.

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Mon June 8, 15, 22 and 29, 8pm. www.thefridgedubai.com/scene.

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