Unique philharmonic orchestra performance, set on a 122nd-floor terrace of the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, serves as the musical background of a short film about the Downtown Dubai. An inspiring footage positions the areas as the ‘The Centre of Now.’
Dubai’s appeal grows worldwide as the must-visit tourist destination and a spectacular showcase of the one-of-kind attractions that await visitors to Downtown Dubai, the area best known as the heart of the city.
Dubai is the undisputed regional tourism and business hub of the region. One of the new, constantly evolving and fascinating attractions in the city is Downtown Dubai, home to the iconic Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall and The Dubai Fountain. The appeal of these attractions is further elevated with the fascinating choice of lifestyle experiences that await tourists.
An Arabesque melody travels through the Downtown Dubai, painting to prospective visitors a portrait of the visual appeal of the destination.
The imagery is stunning: Burj Khalifa, framed against the evening sky with children cycling in the foreground; an Arab couple dining just as The Dubai Fountain springs to life; visitors marveling at the shopping choices in The Dubai Mall; the exceptional service and amenities that await visitors to The Address hotels in Downtown Dubai, and the graceful elegance of a ballet dancer skating on ice, among others.
A helicopter was used to capture dramatic new footage of Burj Khalifa, as the philharmonic orchestra and musical diva render the enchanting musical set-piece. The music was composed specifically for the film and performed by a multicultural orchestra representing more than 14 nationalities.
The short film is complemented by a new addition to the repertoire of The Dubai Fountain, which will now perform to the bespoke music score.
The Downtown Dubai, Emaar Property’s mega-development, includes world-class hospitality and lifestyle offerings from The Address Hotels + Resorts, The Dubai Mall, Souk Al Bahar, The Dubai Fountain and several homes and offices.