Amidst the cast and the great performance at the opening ceremony of Expo 2020 Dubai, a young artist managed to capture the hearts of the audience. It’s Dubai-born Mira Singh, to a Belarusian mother and an Indian father, who couldn’t be more proud of anything than the moment she was proud to take part in the glorious historic ceremony.
The show’s protagonist is a 90-year-old woman who wakes up every day to find herself a 12-year-old girl. Mira Singh is that girl, says Scott Givens, executive director and co-coordinator of the show, who confirmed that the young girl with her dazzling performance exceeded his expectations in this show, as she took viewers on an inspiring Expo 2020 Dubai journey by embodying the role of the young Emirati girl who watches the challenges of the day and represents hope. In the future.
Mira Singh started doing shows, commercials and fashion shows at the age of six; She recently participated in a lot of commercials, including car ads; And you wanted to be a part of Expo 2020 Dubai; She auditioned for several agencies.
Mira sees her participation in the opening of one of the largest events in the world as a great opportunity to learn, develop and meet new wonderful people; And meet and work with famous people, such as singer Andrea Day, pianist Lang Lang, and Andrea Bocelli.
Regarding challenges in this experience, Mira says, “I do not think that I found anything difficult or challenging, because I am used to it; This is what I love to do, as I train from 4:30 pm until 10 pm, and I am happy with every minute I spent in training, especially since we started training since last June.
And about her favorite paragraph at the party, she explains, “I love the part where I find the seed of the Ghaf tree, which is a symbol of the UAE. In this paragraph, I am raised up with the seed and then planted in Al Wasl Garden. This single seed is a symbol of hope, because from it the Ghaf tree that will appear next will grow. Dressed in flower-inspired costumes, the participants begin their show, then are joined by the Tanoura dancers, before a 15-meter-tall Ghaf tree appears in the middle of the stage, while Andrea Bocelli sings for the grand finale. It was a great show.”