Watch: ‘World’s Biggest Musical Observatory’ Coming to Malta

Malta is to host the tenth-year anniversary edition of the InClassica International Music Festival in 2021.

Newsbook.com.mt spoke to the festival’s Artistic Director, Mro. Alan Chircop, who explained how InClassica — which will be held over 25 consecutive days of evening performances — will feature orchestras, soloists and conductors from around the world in a celebration of culture, international collaboration and live performance.

The festival is organised by the European Foundation for Support of Culture (EUFSC) in collaboration with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.

InClassica will also feature works by its Composer-In-Residence, Alexey Shor, who enjoys a prolific career that has seen his compositions performed at prestigious concert halls across the globe and by leading soloists including Anna Aglatova, David Aaron Carpenter, Ray Chen, Stella Chen, Sergei Dogadin, Daniel Lozakovich, Andreas Ottensamer, Duo Paratore, Costanza Principe, Maxim Vengerov, Trio Wanderer, Nikolaj Znaider and many others.

Taking place simultaneously with the festival will be the ‘Classic Piano’ Malta International Piano Competition – an event welcoming 70 exceptional participants selected from preliminary competitions across the globe, each bringing a wealth of experience, talent and dedication to bear as they compete for a total prize fund of €300,000.

Also featured will be the Malta Classical Music Academy, a three-week long series of masterclasses, seminars and open lessons.

The InClassica Malta International Music Festival will take place between the 17th April and 11th May 2021 at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta.

For tickets and full information, you may visit the website.

Please note that InClassica utilises social distance compliant seating when booking tickets at showshappening.com should such measures still be in place at the time of the event.

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