Imad Rimawi perfeorms at Dubai World Trade Centre on Friday 21 December 2018.
With the inspiring Music as the voice of the soul promoting the culture of tolerance, and Dubai being the exquisite example of coexisting cultures in compassion and wholesome humanity.
Dubai is hosting an unprecedented musical concert: dream-come-true musical celebration, with the Syrian composer Iyad Rimawi in symphonic cooperation with SHARQ Orchestra.
40 musicians from 30 countries shall take part; world-class Musicians shall perform the musical dialogue of LOVE & PEACE.
Lovers of music and fans of Iyad Rimawi shall be delighted with the captivating interpretations of Arabic classics, music that is soul-stirring in one thousand and one nights of LOVE & PEACE.
Born and raised in Damascus, Syria. Iyad Rimawi started playing the guitar at the age of 12, and by the time he was 14, he was already composing his own songs and music.
He went to the University of Damascus to Study mechanical engineering, and through the years of college, he formed various folk, pop, rock and oriental music bands.
In 1995, he formed the famous pioneering Syrian band "Kulna sawa" with five other members.
The band signed with EMI music, and had several hit songs that gained them wide popularity in the Arab world.
With Kulna Sawa, IYAD toured the Middle East, Europe, and the USA, where they received an award for peace after their performance at the United Nations headquarters in New York.
His melodic and touching scores, with their unique fusion of oriental and classical elements, combined with modern vibes and band elements, resulted of unforgettable themes that gained him his well-deserved reputation as one of the most talented Arab composers today.
IYAD RIMAWI was the first Arab artist to sign with SONY Music Middle East In 2012, with his First Solo album (Tales from Damascus 2012).
The album was a compilation of some of his best main title themes and songs. It reached number two in the Virgin megastores Middle East chart.
In 2016, he released his second solo album (Silence in Syria) and went straight to number one in the Virgin Middle East Chart. The album stayed for three months in a row at number one, in an unprecedented event in the Arab music scene.
Tickets go on sale on Friday 19 October 2018.
Friday 21 December 2018 from 8pm until 10pm.
Doors open at 6.30pm
• AED 150 - 250 Bronze
• AED 350 Silver
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