Yesterday, the 17th Emirates International Peace Music Festival, in cooperation with Dubai Media City, kicked off at the in5 business incubator in Dubai Production City, where the Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra presented musical performances in several places across the emirate. The Abu Dhabi Festival will present its performances at the Mall of the Emirates theater on October 23, where the Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra will present an eclectic program, starting with the collection of works by the legendary German composer Georg Friedrich Handel, to the pieces by Johannes Brahms, and the festival will also host the Brazilian violinist Guido Santana, who will perform For audience Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. The events start at eight o’clock the day after tomorrow at the Mall of the Emirates theater.
The Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra at Expo 2020 Dubai will present two musical performances on October 24, as it will premiere at the official United Nations Day concert at Al Wasl Square Hall, in honor of the great composers, including Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi and Johann Sebastian Bach. The second, part of Music in the Garden, is an extensive playlist featuring J. F. Handel, Russian Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky and conductor Riad Qudsi, in addition to this, the second performance will include the UN Hymn in the presence of Ms. Amina J. Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations. On October 25, there will be two special concerts for the Emirates Youth Symphony Orchestra, where the orchestra will participate in the first concert in the 2021 Korea Festival through a virtual concert (online) celebrating the cultural exchange between the UAE and Korea. In the second concert, the orchestra will perform a recital of the distinguished classical music (Gudio’s Solo).
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