The magical Candlelight series continues to enchant concertgoers with this spectacular tribute to Arabic music in Dubai. Candlelight will be showcasing the beauty of the enchanting melodies and hypnotizing rhythms of the beloved musical genre with the help of talented musicians and the enchanting flicker from a sea of twinkling candles.
As Jumeirah Zabeel Saray lights up with the warm glow of candlelight, Fusion Al Arab Group will be guiding audiences on a musical journey through some of the most famous Arabic songs of the last century. This December, prepare to be dazzled by the rich melodic notes of these iconic pieces of music that have transcended languages, cultures and borders over the last 100 years.
There are few ways to better understand and appreciate the Arabic culture than through its music. The unmistakable sounds of traditional instruments such as the oud and qanun alongside the varied musical styles inspired by an amalgamation of cultures, languages and traditions help reflect the richness of Arabic culture and history as a whole. This December, this extraordinary Candlelight concert will be celebrating the complex notes, mesmerizing melodies and stirring tones of Arabic music.
Audiences will be immersed in a rich tapestry of sound as they hear stunning renditions of songs by Umm Kulthum, Fairuz, Abdul Majeed Abdullah and more performed by the brilliant Fusion Al Arab Group. As the mystical notes produced by qanun player Odai Alsuliman and violinist Mohammad Kablawi circle and twirl around you, percussionist Nashwan Etmeh and oud player Khaled Badrieh will tap and strum to the sensational sounds of famous Arabic songs.
Get ready to experience the magic of Candlelight as you hear spellbinding takes on some of the most iconic Arabic songs of the last 100 years. Celebrate the cultural brilliance of this timeless music at a one-of-a-kind music tribute that will be made even more magical by the glow from thousands of flickering candles.
They’ll be two concerts on the night, with the earlier show starting at 6pm and the later one at 9pm. The concert will last 65 minutes and doors open an hour prior to the concert start time.