"Dastan Ensemble" perform the classics of Persian music at the Centerpoint theatre (part of DUCTAC), situated in the Mall of the Emirates.
I really wanna go myself and looking for the company of other "culture vultures" :)
Doors open at 19.00. The show starts at 20.00.
Age Limit: 10+ years old
Event Language: Arabic (but shall that not stop us :))
More info from the organizer:
"Dastan Ensemble have been praised for an "elegance and rhythmic swing that makes music levitate". Established in 1991 by Hamid Motabassem, the ensemble comprises some of the greatest living performers of Persian classical music. Amongst its members, it counts Barbat player Hossein Behroozinia, Tar and Setarist Hamid Motebassem, Saeed Farajpouri plays the Kamancheh, and the accomplished line up is compelted by percussionists Pejman Hadadi and Behnam Samani. Having toured internationally, and with the ensemble and its individual members lauded with awards, Dastan Ensemble are amongst the best performers of Persian music anywhere in the world today."
Tickets available from 150 aed, on the DUCTAC website (https://ductac.etixdubai.com/shows/show.aspx?sh=DASTAN15).
Logistic problem: no one, obviously, will take the risk of buying tickets for strangers. So we are most likely not sitting together. Don't know how to solve it apart from hoping for free seats or people willing to exchange theirs. Anyway, we can hangout before and after to discuss the concert.