Following two largely successful runs in 2021 and 2022, the world-famous and anticipated InClassica International Music Festival, organised by SAMIT Event Group, will make its comeback in the United Arab Emirates to celebrate its 12th annual edition.
The InClassica International Music Festival is a month-long event that meets at the intersection of art and culture, and a place where astonishing young talent meets some of the world’s most established musicians who dedicate themselves to their craft with devotion and passion. Like previous years, the festival welcomes audiences from all backgrounds whose love of classical music carries them to the abode of spiritual pleasure far from everyday life.
The event will take place at Coca-Cola Arena, from February 12th to March 10th. The concert series will bring together a spectacular gathering of globally-renowned artists and musicians from every corner of the world in a celebration dedicated to the timeless beauty of classical music.
InClassica 2023 will feature a groundbreaking four weeks of consecutive evening concerts and present an astonishing 50 internationally-acclaimed soloists, 5 leading orchestras and 15 distinguished conductors throughout its run, with the first set of tickets for the festival’s initial six concerts set to be released this week.
These six concerts alone will provide a tantalising glimpse at the scale of talent that will be on display at this upcoming edition of the festival, with no fewer than 6 award-winning soloists taking to the stage including violinists Fumiaki Miura (Japan) and Roby Lakatos (Hungary), pianists Saleem Ashkar (Israel) and Yeol Eum Son (South Korea), cellist Alexander Chaushian (Armenia/UK) and flautist Jasmine Choi (Austria/South Korea).
The musicians will be teaming up with 3 symphonic orchestras – namely the Çukurova State Symphony Orchestra (Turkey), the National Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan and the Savaria Symphony Orchestra (Hungary) – for their respective concerts, who will themselves be led by 6 different conductors, including Massimiliano Caldi (Italy), Valid Agayev (Azerbaijan/Turkey), Daniel Raiskin (Netherlands), Gergely Madaras (Hungary), Alibek Kabdurakhmanov (Uzbekistan) and Tomàs Grau (Spain). These outstanding artists represent a mere fraction of renowned musicians who will be featured at InClassica 2023.
To learn more about InClassica 2023, please visit InClassica.com. Tickets for the first six concerts will be available for purchase starting Thursday, November 3, 2022 through Fever, the leading entertainment discovery platform.