"This is a very welcome return of a series which found a strong local, regional and international following and we are confident that the powerful line-up of both established and upcoming global talent will resonate with worldwide classical music lovers," said Sheikh
Up to 12 concerts are planned for the 2014/2015 season, featuring artistes from over 20 countries with further expansion on the cards."For future seasons, we are planning to steadily increase the number of events to meet both public demand and to strengthen the focus on education," he said.
Themed to follow a traveller's tale, the season will open on
In addition to its main programme, the season will focus on the significant role of education and the transfer of music knowledge, with artists visiting schools and universities in
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