Mar 31, 2013
With the 10th Abu Dhabi Festival concluding this week, our team of reviewers look back at highlights of what was a month of music and arts from some of the world's finest.
Read Article Round-up of shining moments from the Abu Dhabi Festival
Mar 28, 2013
The Abu Dhabi Festival's gala show featured a spectacular medley of instrumental music, opera arias and show tunes from The Czech Philharmonic, Bryn Terfel and others.
Read Article An excellently varied climax to the Abu Dhabi Festival
Mar 25, 2013
The legendary family's history will be celebrated as part of the Abu Dhabi Festival. Read Article The Rahbani Brothers' lasting musical legacy
The French Lebanese composer's Poème Orientale is a bridge between East and West. Read Article Bechara El Khoury creates a sound that bridges cultures
Mar 17, 2013
Balancing the sublime and powerful with themes of dreams and lust, the Mariinsky Ballet gives a remarkable performance in the capital. Read Article Review of the Mariinsky Ballet's performance in Abu Dhabi
The music of Antonín Dvorak and Bedrich Smetana - which will also be played by the Czech Philharmonic at Joshua Bell's Abu Dhabi debut - is proof that great art doesn't always come out of famous cultural hot spots. Read Article Forward-thinking composers helped revive Czech culture
He's been one of the world's most feted violinists since his teens. We interview Joshua Bell ahead of his Abu Dhabi performance. Read Article Joshua Bell's taking an orthodox approach to his Abu Dhabi concert
Mar 13, 2013
The Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award winner Sheikha Maryam bint Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan says her work is inspired by mirage. Read Article Sheikha Maryam, winner of the Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award reflects on her success
Mar 11, 2013
Mariinsky Ballet director Yuri Fatayev speaks to us on the eve of his company's Abu Dhabi debut. Read Article Mariinsky Ballet director Yuri Fatayev vows to preserve the company's classical brilliance
Mar 05, 2013
As one of the most important shows of Arab contemporary art makes its Arab world debut, we find out more about the collection. Read Article 25 Years of Arab Creativity celebrates modern art
Mar 03, 2013
A complete guide to the ins and outs of the Abu Dhabi Festival, which kicks off this week. Read Article Comprehensive guide to the Abu Dhabi Festival 2013
Feb 28, 2013
Romeo and Juliet will open the 2013 edition of the Abu Dhabi Festival. We find out more. Read Article Shakespeare's Globe Theatre company to perform at Abu Dhabi Festival
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