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A month of May rich in events and emotions for lovers of classical music. The Dubai Opera hosts, starting on May 8th, the eleventh edition of the InClassica International Music Festival. Four weeks of classical music performances with the participation of musicians from every corner of the globe who will perform an ample and diversified repertoire, including pieces of the great composers, such as Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Strauss, Paganini, Chopin and Debussy, just to name a few. 50 world-famous solo artists, 11 famed directors and 3 important orchestras, the Symphonic Orchestra of Jerusalem, the Berlin Symphonic Orchestra and the Slovakian Philharmonic Orchestra, enliven the calendar of this remarkable music festival. Among the Italians on hand, violinist Giuseppe Gibboni, pianist Alessandro Taverna, orchestra director Gianluca Marciano and Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi, bandoneon player. The opening concert, Violin in Manhattan, features violinist Sergej Krylov with the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, directed by Maestro Dmitry Yablonsky. Closing the festival, Thursday, June 2nd, with the concert Stradivari Empire, the Slovakian Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Daniel Raiskin, performing music by Rossini, Shor and Dvořák with the participation of violinist Fumiaki Miura.
In this new solo exhibition, Asma Belhamar presents an important body of work inspired by the architectural history of the United Arab Emirates. The exhibition is characterized by the artist's reflections on constantly changing culture and national identity.
A journey through the boundless world of color, texture and imagination. Nabil Nahas, draws inspiration from his Mediterranean roots, reconnecting to the places of his childhood, Lebanon and Egypt, and to a deep affinity with the human soul.
The Soldier's Ironic Moral Compass According to Saher Nasser
Saher Nasser's latest work examines the psychology of the soldier and the tangible actions he imposes on others. An artistic research that adopts an observational rather than a scientific approach. He remains neutral, making no judgments or offering apologies, touching ironically on the forces that shape the moral compass of the military world.