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Known as the ‘master of world music’, Lebanese-Armenian composer and pianist Guy Manoukian is one of the most sought-after international artists today.
His unique fusion of oriental melodies with modern arrangements has taken him all over the world, selling out concerts at iconic venues and festivals.
Manoukian will take to the Dubai Opera stage on November 17, performing some of his best pieces, in addition to a selection of Arabic classics.
For anyone who loves the incredible club anthems of the 1980s, there are two special nights heading your way.
The original DJs of the iconic Manchester nightclub The Hacienda are teaming up with a full symphony orchestra to recreate house, club and rave classics on an epic scale.
The critically acclaimed show has been widely praised for its innovative music arrangement and spectacular production.
‘Hacienda Classical’ heads to Dubai Opera on November 22 and 23, with the venue turning fully flat-floor to ensure ample room for dancing.
If you’re into classical music and are also a fan of The Beatles, then this is the perfect fit for you.
Because the man dubbed as ‘the hottest guitarist in the world’ is heading to Dubai to showcase his impressive repertoire
Miloš Karadaglić is set to dazzle audiences with his perfect covers of Bach, Falla and other iconic composers.
Music lovers will also be delighted by his finger-picking take on The Fab Four.
The chart-topping Montenegrin artist takes to the Dubai Opera stage on November 26.
Feeder are one of the UK’s most successful-ever rock bands.
They’ve sold over five million records globally, headlined festivals, and performed at some of the world’s most iconic venues.
Their hit singles include the likes of Just the Way I’m Feeling, Buck Rogers, and Feeling a Moment.
Previous winners of Kerrang’s Best Live Act award, Feeder’s appearance at Dubai Opera on November 27 promises to be a night not to be missed.
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