It is only with the support of both Sponsors and Patrons alike that ChoirFest Middle East can continue to grow as a beacon of inspiration, learning and cultural celebration within the region. The ChoirFestME team aims to constantly broaden the platform for choral singing in the Middle East, while introducing even more fresh young talent, many of whom cannot make the journey to Dubai without your assistance. Furthermore, the dedication and collaborative nature of choral singing promotes a tangible message of peace and unity.
The festival’s Lead Sponsors are not just logos on a page, they are bodies of people engaged and actively involved in our events. While Dubai Duty Free embraces the festival in its CSR programme with its award winning choir, the Nightingales; Deutsche Bank embraces the very heart of ChoirFestME with its visionary ‘Born To Be’ programme, aimed at changing the lives of the youth in this region in meaningful, practical and engaging ways.
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DUBAI DUTY FREE
We are proud to support this initiative which puts Dubai firmly on the cultural calendar of the region. As we welcome more participants from the Arab world, we foresee ChoirFestME becoming a platform for Arabic choral music and an international hub for choirs in the region. It is a particular pleasure for us to enter our own choir, the Dubai Duty Free Nightingales into the “Choir of the Year” competition. The choir members have managed their schedules and shifts with extraordinary determination and we look forward to hearing their performances. We wish the organizers and all the choirs tremendous luck as they gear up for a great weekend of activities and urge you all to make the most of the array of workshops and classes that are provided. We look forward to seeing you at the competition events.
Colm McCloughlin – Exec. Vice Chairman
The festival offers a unique opportunity for singers from across the region to learn, collaborate and perform and we are thrilled to once again support this fantastic series of events.
Stuart Haslam – Head of Communications & Public Affairs, Middle East