happenings this month Performance Of Carmen Comes To Dubai
Performance Of Carmen Comes To Dubai
Updated on 17 February 2022

Dubai Festival City Mall is set to launch an amazing orchestra performance of Carmen, the famous Spanish opera.

Held on 18 February at 7.30pm at Festival Bay, the audience can enjoy a stunning 360-degree story with music, laser projections and water.

Carmen was composed by Georges Bizet, a French composer, and follows the story of a Spanish gypsy, who is not honest about the law and his heart. The story also features bullfighting, flamenco and more.

The performance also marks the performance of Carmen at the Opera-Comique in Paris in 1875.

The show will feature 16 members in the orchestra performing two sets, 25 minutes long with popular classical and pop tunes.

At 8.30pm, a live edition will be played along with the largest permanent projection.

For more information, visit the Dubai Festival City Mall website.

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