World Classical Music Series presents Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold World Classical Music Series presents Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold World Classical Music Series presents Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold
World Classical Music Series presents Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold
World Classical Music Series presents Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold

World Classical Music Series presents Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold

at One&Only Royal Mirage | Al Sufouh

International Artist Music Type One-Off Event Classical Music Live Music

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Dubai Concert Committee continues Dubai’s classical concert season presenting one of the most prestigious international violinist and pianist duos - Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold in the magical Royal Ballroom, One & Only Royal Mirage on Saturday 12 October 2019.

Sandrine Cantoreggi and Sheila Arnold playing exposed and uncovered in an emotional dialogue from Mozart to Chopin and Saint-Saëns!

Sandrine Cantoreggi cannot imagine life without music.

It is through her violin that she focuses her emotions and thoughts. Her mode of communication is the sound of the violin.  

Born in Bordeaux, Sandrine Cantoreggi started at the Conservatoire de Musique de Luxembourg and was admitted to the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris at the age of 14.   

Yehudi Menuhin, who had noticed her during competitions, asked to meet her and support her in different projects.

Her taste developed for a highly expressive and authentic interpretation was confirmed by the master. A recording made in 1991 bears witness to their unfortunately too brief collaboration.  

Among the musical personalities with whom she shared the stage are Yehudi Menuhin, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Georges Octors, Jan Stulen, Stephane Denève, Pierre Cao, Bruno Canino, Daniel Blumenthal, Dana Ciocarlie, Gustav Rivinius, Connie Shih. Tours lead her to perform in the United States, England, Georgia and Japan and she performed on prestigious European stages such as the Salle Gaveau and the Orsay Museum (Paris), the Gewandhaus (Leipzig), the Rudolfinum (Prague), the Flagey Studio and the Monnaie (Brussels), and the Luxembourg Philharmonic.  

Sheila Arnold belongs to a new generation of pianists who feel as much at home on the modern concert grand as on the fortepiano: the symbiotic feedback between the two instruments never ceases to inspire her.

Her repertoire spans keyboard music ranging from the 1700’s to world premieres of contemporary music. 

Very early on, her triumph as a finalist at the Clara Haskil Competition in 1995 and the Mozart Prize awarded by the Wiesbaden Mozart Society at the Salzburg International Mozart Competition reflect her special affinity with that composer: Sheila Arnold’s Mozart renditions have always been euphorically acclaimed by reviewers and audiences worldwide.

Arnold studied under the guidance of Heidi Köhler and Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, and went on to garner a considerable number of first prizes and successes at German and international competitions. She was also selected for a series of scholarships and awards, leading to extensive worldwide appearances since her youth. Many of them were recorded for radio and television broadcast, as well as on CD. 

Renowned music festivals have invited Arnold to perform in Europe and the US. She has collaborated with well-known orchestras such as Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra of Bonn Beethovenhalle and Prague Chamber Orchestra, and with conductors such as Jesús López-Cobos, Marc Soustrot, and Michael Hofstetter.

Her chamber music partners include the likes of Nina Janssen, Sergio Azzolini, Wilhelm Bruns, Ralf Manno, Guido Schiefen, Michael Faust, Isabelle Faust, Alexander-Sergei Ramírez, the Mandelring Quartet, and many others. Inspiring encounters and collaborations with renowned musician colleagues have taken place at the Spannungen Chamber Music Festival (Heimbach), and at the Music Festival in Hambach (Neustadt). 

Sheila Arnold’s previous CD with works by Brahms and Schumann was released in 2010 and featured as a CHOC selection in Classica, the French classical music magazine. 

In 2006 Ms. Arnold was appointed piano professor at Cologne Musikhochschule; she is also frequently invited to give international masterclasses.

Limited Early Bird Tickets now on sale.

Timings:
Saturday 12 October 2019 from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Doors open at 7pm & close at 7.55pm
Latecomers will be admitted after the interval

Price:
• AED 210
Early Bird Gold
• AED 295 Early Bird Platinum
• AED 378 Early Bird VIP
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• AED 263 Gold
• AED 368 Platinum
• AED 472 VIP

Dubai Concert Committee continues Dubai’s classical concert season presenting one of the most prestigious international violinist and pianist duos - Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold in the magical Royal Ballroom, One & Only Royal Mirage on Saturday 12 October 2019.

Sandrine Cantoreggi and Sheila Arnold playing exposed and uncovered in an emotional dialogue from Mozart to Chopin and Saint-Saëns!

Sandrine Cantoreggi cannot imagine life without music.

It is through her violin that she focuses her emotions and thoughts. Her mode of communication is the sound of the violin.  

Born in Bordeaux, Sandrine Cantoreggi started at the Conservatoire de Musique de Luxembourg and was admitted to the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris at the age of 14.   

Yehudi Menuhin, who had noticed her during competitions, asked to meet her and support her in different projects.

Her taste developed for a highly expressive and authentic interpretation was confirmed by the master. A recording made in 1991 bears witness to their unfortunately too brief collaboration.  

Among the musical personalities with whom she shared the stage are Yehudi Menuhin, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Georges Octors, Jan Stulen, Stephane Denève, Pierre Cao, Bruno Canino, Daniel Blumenthal, Dana Ciocarlie, Gustav Rivinius, Connie Shih. Tours lead her to perform in the United States, England, Georgia and Japan and she performed on prestigious European stages such as the Salle Gaveau and the Orsay Museum (Paris), the Gewandhaus (Leipzig), the Rudolfinum (Prague), the Flagey Studio and the Monnaie (Brussels), and the Luxembourg Philharmonic.  

Sheila Arnold belongs to a new generation of pianists who feel as much at home on the modern concert grand as on the fortepiano: the symbiotic feedback between the two instruments never ceases to inspire her.

Her repertoire spans keyboard music ranging from the 1700’s to world premieres of contemporary music. 

Very early on, her triumph as a finalist at the Clara Haskil Competition in 1995 and the Mozart Prize awarded by the Wiesbaden Mozart Society at the Salzburg International Mozart Competition reflect her special affinity with that composer: Sheila Arnold’s Mozart renditions have always been euphorically acclaimed by reviewers and audiences worldwide.

Arnold studied under the guidance of Heidi Köhler and Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, and went on to garner a considerable number of first prizes and successes at German and international competitions. She was also selected for a series of scholarships and awards, leading to extensive worldwide appearances since her youth. Many of them were recorded for radio and television broadcast, as well as on CD. 

Renowned music festivals have invited Arnold to perform in Europe and the US. She has collaborated with well-known orchestras such as Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra of Bonn Beethovenhalle and Prague Chamber Orchestra, and with conductors such as Jesús López-Cobos, Marc Soustrot, and Michael Hofstetter.

Her chamber music partners include the likes of Nina Janssen, Sergio Azzolini, Wilhelm Bruns, Ralf Manno, Guido Schiefen, Michael Faust, Isabelle Faust, Alexander-Sergei Ramírez, the Mandelring Quartet, and many others. Inspiring encounters and collaborations with renowned musician colleagues have taken place at the Spannungen Chamber Music Festival (Heimbach), and at the Music Festival in Hambach (Neustadt). 

Sheila Arnold’s previous CD with works by Brahms and Schumann was released in 2010 and featured as a CHOC selection in Classica, the French classical music magazine. 

In 2006 Ms. Arnold was appointed piano professor at Cologne Musikhochschule; she is also frequently invited to give international masterclasses.

Limited Early Bird Tickets now on sale.

Timings:
Saturday 12 October 2019 from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Doors open at 7pm & close at 7.55pm
Latecomers will be admitted after the interval

Price:
• AED 210
Early Bird Gold
• AED 295 Early Bird Platinum
• AED 378 Early Bird VIP
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• AED 263 Gold
• AED 368 Platinum
• AED 472 VIP

One&Only Royal Mirage

Al Sufouh, Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
+971 4 399 9999
event_available Sat, 12 Oct 2019
access_time Doors Open: 19:00 to 19:55 on Sat
Event Starts: 20:00 to 22:30 on Sat
payment Early Bird Gold: AED 210.00
Early Bird Platinum: AED 295.00
Early Bird VIP: AED 378.00
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Age Policy

All Ages

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Cocktail / formal

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Live Music

Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold

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Reservation

Please call +971 4 331 3832 or email [email protected]

Description


Dubai Concert Committee continues Dubai’s classical concert season presenting one of the most prestigious international violinist and pianist duos - Sandrine Cantoreggi & Sheila Arnold in the magical Royal Ballroom, One & Only Royal Mirage on Saturday 12 October 2019.

Sandrine Cantoreggi and Sheila Arnold playing exposed and uncovered in an emotional dialogue from Mozart to Chopin and Saint-Saëns!

Sandrine Cantoreggi cannot imagine life without music.

It is through her violin that she focuses her emotions and thoughts. Her mode of communication is the sound of the violin.  

Born in Bordeaux, Sandrine Cantoreggi started at the Conservatoire de Musique de Luxembourg and was admitted to the National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris at the age of 14.   

Yehudi Menuhin, who had noticed her during competitions, asked to meet her and support her in different projects.

Her taste developed for a highly expressive and authentic interpretation was confirmed by the master. A recording made in 1991 bears witness to their unfortunately too brief collaboration.  

Among the musical personalities with whom she shared the stage are Yehudi Menuhin, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Georges Octors, Jan Stulen, Stephane Denève, Pierre Cao, Bruno Canino, Daniel Blumenthal, Dana Ciocarlie, Gustav Rivinius, Connie Shih. Tours lead her to perform in the United States, England, Georgia and Japan and she performed on prestigious European stages such as the Salle Gaveau and the Orsay Museum (Paris), the Gewandhaus (Leipzig), the Rudolfinum (Prague), the Flagey Studio and the Monnaie (Brussels), and the Luxembourg Philharmonic.  

Sheila Arnold belongs to a new generation of pianists who feel as much at home on the modern concert grand as on the fortepiano: the symbiotic feedback between the two instruments never ceases to inspire her.

Her repertoire spans keyboard music ranging from the 1700’s to world premieres of contemporary music. 

Very early on, her triumph as a finalist at the Clara Haskil Competition in 1995 and the Mozart Prize awarded by the Wiesbaden Mozart Society at the Salzburg International Mozart Competition reflect her special affinity with that composer: Sheila Arnold’s Mozart renditions have always been euphorically acclaimed by reviewers and audiences worldwide.

Arnold studied under the guidance of Heidi Köhler and Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, and went on to garner a considerable number of first prizes and successes at German and international competitions. She was also selected for a series of scholarships and awards, leading to extensive worldwide appearances since her youth. Many of them were recorded for radio and television broadcast, as well as on CD. 

Renowned music festivals have invited Arnold to perform in Europe and the US. She has collaborated with well-known orchestras such as Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestra of Bonn Beethovenhalle and Prague Chamber Orchestra, and with conductors such as Jesús López-Cobos, Marc Soustrot, and Michael Hofstetter.

Her chamber music partners include the likes of Nina Janssen, Sergio Azzolini, Wilhelm Bruns, Ralf Manno, Guido Schiefen, Michael Faust, Isabelle Faust, Alexander-Sergei Ramírez, the Mandelring Quartet, and many others. Inspiring encounters and collaborations with renowned musician colleagues have taken place at the Spannungen Chamber Music Festival (Heimbach), and at the Music Festival in Hambach (Neustadt). 

Sheila Arnold’s previous CD with works by Brahms and Schumann was released in 2010 and featured as a CHOC selection in Classica, the French classical music magazine. 

In 2006 Ms. Arnold was appointed piano professor at Cologne Musikhochschule; she is also frequently invited to give international masterclasses.

Limited Early Bird Tickets now on sale.

Timings:
Saturday 12 October 2019 from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Doors open at 7pm & close at 7.55pm
Latecomers will be admitted after the interval

Price:
• AED 210
Early Bird Gold
• AED 295 Early Bird Platinum
• AED 378 Early Bird VIP
--------------------------------------
• AED 263 Gold
• AED 368 Platinum
• AED 472 VIP