Following on from their popular debut in the UAE as a trio earlier this year, French musical collective Artie's returns to entertain audiences as a quintet. Recreating classical music in a fresh and inspiring style, capturing the audience with their youthful approach.
The programme for the evening will feature exceptional performances on the piano, violin, viola and cello. Classical music enthusiasts will not want to miss the impressive talents of this much-talked-about group.
Join us in the magical atmosphere & superb acoustics of the Royal Ballroom of the One & Only Royal Mirage.
About Artie’s Piano Quintet:
The Artie’s Piano Quintet consist of five French solo musicians of the exciting Artie’s group.
Artists & Instruments:
Mathilde Borsarello Herrmann (violin), Alix Catinchi (violin), Cécile Grassi (viola), Gauthier Herrmann (cello), Jean-Michel Dayez (piano).
About the Event:
• Concert doors open at 19:00 and close at 19:55.
• Concert starts sharp at 20:00. Late comers will only be permitted after the intermission.
• Dress code: cocktail / formal.
Before or after the concert book your dinner at the Beach Bar & Grill (dinner not included in the ticket) separately at 04 3999999.
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Artie’s Piano Quintet consist of five French solo musicians of the exciting Artie’s group, recreating classical music in a fresh and inspiring style, capturing the audience with their youthful approach of the old masters.
After their appearance last April with a Trio, the excitement and demand from the audience for more performances of musicians from the Artie’s group was so large, that we decided to invite now a ensemble of Five.
A whirlwind of a musical experience is to be expected on that concert night.
– Mathilde Borsarello Herrmann, violin
– Alix Catinchi, violin
– Cécile Grassi, viola
– Gauthier Herrmann, cello
– Jean-Michel Dayez, piano