Soprano Sarah Brightman to perform in Dubai

The world’s best selling soprano, Sarah Brighman, will take stage at the Duabi World Trade Centre on February 6 and 7 during the inaugural Dubai Classics.

The new music festival will feature a range of entertainers from the classical genre and will be Brightman’s first regional stop promoting her world tour promoting her latest record, “Dreamchaser”.

“We are thrilled to inaugurate Dubai Classics with such high caliber talent gracing the stage,” said Issam Kazim, Director, DXB Live. “The appetite for cultural events in Dubai has increased dramatically over the past year. We are witnessing the growing need for diversification within the entertainment sector to appeal to the variety of concert-goers in the UAE. Dubai Classics will act as a platform to bring some of the world’s most powerful voices to the region.”

Best known for her classical hit “Time to say goodbye”, Brightman is a powerful soprano singer with a vocal range of three octaves, a songwriter, performer and pioneer in the classicla crossover music movement.

She has sold over 30 million records worldwide and topped both the Billboard dance nd classical charts.

Currently touring South America, her most recent performances were held in sold-out arenas across Brazil. Her next stop will see her visit several cities in China, after which she will hold her UAE concert at the Dubai World Trade Centre, brought in collaboration with DXB Live and M Premiere.

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Posted by: Akshatha Achar

Hats off to DXB Live for bringing such an amazing star Soprano to music frenzy Dubai to perform. where do we buy the tickets?

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