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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Malta

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VictoriaLa traviata

Verdi: La traviata
Philip Walsh; Enrico Stinchelli; Malta Philharmonic Orchestra

VallettaGillian & Friends

Berg, Schumann, Shostakovich
Gillian Zammit; Gisèle Grima; Agnieszka Kuźma; Akos Kertesz

VallettaThe Misadventures of Peer Gynt

Grieg: Peer Gynt: Incidental music, Op. 23
Malta Youth Orchestra; Riccardo Bianchi

VallettaMPO International Tour

Vella, Shor, Shostakovich
Malta Philharmonic Orchestra; Sergey Smbatyan; Ingolf Wunder

VallettaAranjuez

Turina, Rodrigo, Dvořák
Malta Philharmonic Orchestra; Pablo González; Juan Manuel Cañizares
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A Hero's Life: Malta Philharmonic performs Rachmaninov and Strauss

Lawrence Renes conducts the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra © Ken Scicluna
As Valletta celebrates its title as 2018 European Capital of Culture, the Malta Philharmonic gave an enthusiastic national premiere of Strauss' Ein Heldenleben.
****1
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Lessons in sin from the Dunedin Consort

James Laing © Mario Mintoff PhotoCity
Meditations from the Bach family on the human condition in "Cantatas for the soul" performed by the Dunedin Consort in Ta Giezu Church at the Valletta International Baroque Festival.
****1
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A historical curiosity in Valletta: Atys en Folie

Atys © Mario Mintoff PhotoCity
The opera parody Atys en Folie created for the Valletta International Baroque festival is an interesting historical curiosity, but the genre's very specific brand of humour doesn't appeal to everyone.

A celebratory Te Deum for Malta

Sébastien Daucé © Mario Mintoff Photocity
A thrilling programme of church music for the French court by du Mont and Charpentier, performed by Ensemble Correspondances.
*****
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The Trumpet Shall Sound

© Mario Mintoff PhotoCity
In the opening concert of the fifth Valletta International Baroque Festival, soloist Andrea Di Marco shows the versatility of the Baroque trumpet.
***11
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