Music in the Studio returns to Dubai Opera

Four incredible, intimate performances return to the Opera this winter

Music in the Studio returns to Dubai Opera

For the discerning music fans in Dubai sometimes it’s not about the huge concerts, big names and massive stage shows (that said, we can't wait for The Bootleg Beatles to come to town). Sometimes it’s about connecting with the musicians in an intimate setting and feeling the emotion of music.

Well, Dubai Opera has announced the winter 2019 season of its Music in the Studio series of concerts that give audiences the chance to get into the opera house’s intimate rehearsal and recording studio.

Four concerts will take place over the winter months before Christmas 2019, with virtuoso artists in their field coming in for one-off performances on a monthly basis.

The first concert in the series is on Wednesday September 25, when Cuban pianist Marcos Madrigal will bring his Latin-American concerto style to Dubai for the first time. Then on Wednesday October 30 violinist and pianist Stephanie Childress and Kumi Matsuo for a night of duo performances and elite playing.

The remaining concerts will see jazz pianist Vadim Neselovsky and multi-instrumentalist horn-player Arkady Shilkoper combine for a night of jazz on Wednesday November 13, before soprano singer Mary Bevan and pianist Amira Fouad put on a number of operatic, classic and contemporary songs together throughout the night.

Tickets cost Dhs150 per person, while a season ticket for all concerts will cost Dhs400.

In the meantime, we're looking forward to the free festival taking place at the Opera this weekend.
From Dhs150. Dates vary. Dubai Opera, Downtown Dubai, www.dubaiopera.com.

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