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Ahmadi Music Group Presents : Requiem, by Giuseppe Verdi

Ahmadi Music Group is the oldest and largest performing arts organization in Kuwait, now in its 60th anniversary season. Their first event of this year will be next week on 12, 13, and 14 November, when they will perform the Requiem by Giuseppe Verdi, one of the most beloved powerful, and emotional pieces of music ever created. With a full symphony orchestra, choir of 75 members, and international soloists, we believe it is the largest staged music event in the history of Kuwait.

Here’s a sample of the music

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Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem is a musical illustration of the relationship between God and man. Among the most dramatic musical works ever created, it demonstrates our wish to leave behind our human weaknesses and failings and to become more heavenly in nature.

Ahmadi Music Group will assemble its largest-ever choir and orchestra, as well as top-level international soloists, to present Verdi’s monumental work. Please do not miss this chance to see a highpoint of international culture come to life in Kuwait.

Seats are limited.. Hurry up and book your seat now!

Click on a date to book your tickets :

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Thursday, November 13 ,2014

Friday, November 14, 2014

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