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The 26th edition of Al Bustan International Music Festival will dedicate its program to Italian classical music, offering a varied set of concerts by renowned international artists.The 20-event program set to take the stage from Feb. 12 to March 17 at Beit Mery's Al Bustan Hotel and a sprinkling of smaller locations around the country, boasts over 200 musicians, all performing under the theme "Crescendo". On Feb. 13 Italian tenor Joseph Calleja, who was discovered by Al Bustan at the beginning of his career and now sings at The Metropolitan Opera, will perform the playlist from his new album of Verdi tunes.All six Paganini violin concertos will also grace the festival.Giulio Plotino, who has recorded all of Paganini's music on the composer's own instrument and is one of the only two Italian violinists to win the competition, will perform No. 2 .
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