The project Palettes which is the result of Katarina Radovic's Artist's Residency with Spazju Kreattiv
250 sena wara u l-poplu Malti għaduqed jistenna li ssir ġustizzja. Qed jistenna li teżor importanti li nsteraqlu mistenni jitreġġa lura lejn il-Gżejjer Maltin.
Elektronika is a project which aims to develop a historiography of electronic music in Malta. In the past year Elektronika went through a research phase during which the development and evolution of the electronic music scene in Malta was explored. Last March, this first research phase of Elektronika was concluded with a presentation by Michael Bugeja and Toni Sant from the M3P Foundation.
An intimate and Sacred concert for female choir based on the music of French with particular attention to Gabriel Faure and his contemporaries. During the nineteenth century various dynamics were at work aimed at giving new impetus to choral music. The lyrical art French, in all its forms, offers the public numerous choirs that, depending on the success on the scene, come alongside the concert programs. In parallel, the different movements of rehabilitation of religious music in France are based more specifically on a choral repertoire inspired by the return to ancient melodious traditions.
The director Icíar Bollaín presents the story of the Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, a legend on the dance world and the first black dancer to perform some of the most famous ballet roles. A dancer who did not want to dance. A chronicle of the life and career of the first black guest dancer in London for the Royal Ballet - Carlos Acosta, nicknamed Yuli. As a child Yuli avoids discipline and education, learning from the streets of an impoverished and abandoned Havana. His father, however, has other ideas, and knowing that his son has a natural talent for dance, sends him to the National Ballet School of Cuba.
When Australian composer Brett Dean’s Hamlet had its world premiere at the Glyndebourne Festival in 2017, The Guardian declared, “New opera doesn’t often get to sound this good … Shakespeare offers a gauntlet to composers that shouldn’t always be picked up, but Dean’s Hamlet rises to the challenge.”