Creative Work


againstwall2006:
Ave Maria, for harp and voice, has been commissioned by St. John’s Co-Cathedral Foundation and premiered on the 9th June as part of the Unum Deum Sacred Music Festival at St. John’s Co-Cathedral, Valletta, Malta.

2007: Chamber work ‘Silence of the Soul’ was chosen in a competition and performed on the 6th January by Kokoro Ensemble during a workshop held at Bristol University.

2007: On August 20th, ‘Oriental Prints’ for piano solo was performed and recorded live by Dunelm Records during the 7th International Festival of Pianists at Chetham School of Music in Manchester.

2008: On the 29th August, a number of chamber works were performed in a self-organised concert in aid of Dar Guzeppa Debono, held at the Citadel Centre for Culture and the Arts, Victoria, Gozo.

2008: On July 15th, chamber work ‘Gaudos’ was performed by Italian Ensemble Fisarchi at Millstadt, Austria.

2008: On the 21st December, ‘Heartstrings I’ for string quartet was performed at Sala Isouard, Teatru Manoel, Valletta, Malta.

2009: On the 31st March, on the occasion of the Maltese Freedom Day celebrations, a concert was organised by the National and Regional Celebrations Committee at the Gozo Ministry Hall, Victoria, Gozo. During this concert a number of works for string quartet and piano solo were performed.

2009: On May 7th, Cosmos Wind Quartet played ‘Clarinet Reflections’ as part of the concert held in Munich during the Musica Mediterranea Festival.

2009: During the European Union Piano Competition 2009, organised by the International Dvořák Society, held between the 24th and the 29th June, Maltese pianist Alexei Galea played the piano solo work ‘Opus I’. Galea was awarded a diploma for interpretation.

2009: On the 28th July, ‘Colpi D’Armonia’ was performed by Italian Ensemble Fisarchi, during the Festival Cantiere internazionale d´arte at Montepulciano, Italy.

2009: On December 17th, a number of chamber works were performed at Sala Isouard, Teatru Manoel, Valletta, as part of the Spotlight Concert Series.

2010: On the 29th January, ‘Opus I’ was performed by Russian pianist Professor Yuri Didenko at Sala Isouard, Teatru Manoel, Valletta, as part of the Piano Festival.

2010: On the 15th February, pianist Alexei Galea performed ‘Oriental Prints’ and ‘Opus I’ in a piano recital at San Anton Palace, Rabat, Malta, under the patronage of the President of Malta and his wife.

2011: On the 25th January, Cordia Quartet together with harpist Esmeralda Camilleri performed some a number of chamber works at St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral, Valletta, Malta.

2011: On July 10th, the project Daria’s Vision was launched during a live performance at St JamesCavalier, Valletta, Malta.

2011: On the 10th December, ‘One day in November’, a piece for piano solo was performed by young pianist Michaela Mifsud during an event, organised by the Malta Association for Contemporary Music in collaboration with Trinity College London, at St. James Cavalier, Valletta. For this event ten Maltese composers were selected to write new piano works for children.

2011: On the 10th December, two orchestral works were performed in a self-organised concert at the main hall of the Teatru Manoel. The concert, Crossing Lines, was performed by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Mro. Brian Schembri. The event was video recorded by Citadel Victoria Communications.

2013: On the 21st June ‘Ġgantija 2013’ was performed at the Ġgantija Temples, Xagħra, Gozo by Ars Vitae Ensemble, combined with a number of artistic installations by Maltese artist Victor Agius.


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Sponsors: Art Sphere, Malta Arts Fund, Heritage Malta, Banif Bank, Teatru Manoel, Gasan Mamo,
Gozo the Island of Culture, The Janatha Stubbs Foundation, Xagħra Local Council