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One of the best things about Abu Dhabi is the wide mix of different cultures all living together in the Capital. With this brings fantastic cultural events from all around the globe, and the latest is no exception. November 9th will see a breathtaking concert of Brazilian Classical Music at the Liwa Ballroom in InterContinental Hotel, organised by the New York University Abu Dhabi.

Célina Chartier, Music professor at NYUAD will play with Maestro Edmundo Villani-Côrtes, one of the most renowned Brazilian classical composers of all time. Nearly reaching 83 years in age, this magnificent composer and performer has been credited with over seven hundred pieces, ranging from operas and symphonies to chamber music and jazz and has had his pieces performed in more than 40 countries.

Célina and Edmundo have been close friends for many years and he has even composed more than 10 pieces for her over the past 20 years. This close chemistry of friendship and admiration will be clear to see on stage and hear within their music.

We have been told they will also play “Arabian Shifting Sounds”, a piece composed as a tribute to the UAE, mixing the soft sounds of Brazilian Bossa Nova with a Khaliji influence. Register online now to secure your seat for what will be an inspiring and beautiful show!

The admission for this concert is free. To attend the concert, it is necessary to register on line by clicking here.

InterContinental Hotel
Clear Waters : Flute and Piano Recital
Performed by Célina Chartier and Edmundo Villani-Côrtes
Liwa Ballroom
Concert at 6:30 pm until 8 pm
Abu Dhabi


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