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Abu Dhabi Classics
Updated on 30 January 2017

The new season of Abu Dhabi Classics at Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi brings a dynamic new season of classical and traditional music featuring world-class performers and orchestras from around the world incorporating Abu Dhabi Classics, the Emirati Music Series, Umsiyat and the Bait Al Oud Concert Series. The diverse programme of events will be held at leading venues across the emirate and include performances, talks, master classes and lectures from some of the leading contemporary musicians from across the world.

Further information and tickets details can be found at www.ticketmaster.ae.

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