Grand Opera Gala at Al Qasba
Sharajh, May 20, 2008
When music rings in harmony and Mozart’s world-famous compositions pervade your senses, the results can translate into sheer magic. Prepare for such a mesmerising musical evening when the popular European Chamber Opera (ECHO) performs its Grand Opera Gala.
The opera will take place at the Al Qasba, Sharjah, on May 29.
The event promises to be a major crowd-puller and is supported by Coral Beach Resort, Sharjah and Bridgestone (official partner). The exclusive media partners are The National newspaper and City 7 TV (Exclusive Local English Language TV station).
This is the second time in less than a year that the Grand Opera Gala is returning to Al Qasba on popular demand.
Doors will open at 7pm at the Masrah Al Qasba Theatre with a beautiful mocktail reception. The European Chamber Opera (ECHO) is a leading European opera production company with a fan-following worldwide.
“Owing to the fantastic response we got last time, opera has become one of the most popular annual events in our calendar. The upcoming performance of the ECHO is expected to break all previous records and create a magical evening for all opera lovers,” said CEO, Al Qasba Development Authority, Marwan J Al Sarkal.
The biggest attraction of the Grand Opera Gala will be Mozart’s greatest opera “Cosi Fan Tutte” which was written and composed on the request of Emperor Joseph II.
Some of the other highlights of the evening will feature popular compositions from the world’s most famous operas like “La Traviata”, “Don Pasquale”, “The Pearlfishers”, “Tosca”, “Carmen”, “Madame Butterfly”, “Don Carlo”, “Nozze di Figaro” among others. – TradeArabia News Service
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