I almost missed the deadline for this column because I am in a trance. Two days ago I attended the Brooklyn Melodies Music Centre’s annual concert in Dubai and I was so impressed by the performance, which carried me at least for a while from the world of oil and gas and energy. Music can instil so much energy in people especially when it is played by dedicated performers determined to reach our hearts as well as our ears. At least music energy, if there is such a thing, has infinite reserves and no one has to worry about its security or its reserves to production ratio. It is for the first time that I attended a concert where classical, jazz and Arabic melodies were performed brilliantly in succession to the satisfaction of the audience and it is a tribute to Dubai that it can have such performances. Mind you, without electricity (energy) for the lighting, sound system or the instruments, the concert may not have been so effective.
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