“Myself, together with the Prime Minister and Georgia Mae, are looking forward to welcome Maltese and Gozitan Families to enjoy this artistic and cultural experience featuring the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and Mr Wayne Marshall.”
With this statement, Dr Lydia Abela, Wife of Prime Minister Robert Abela, launched the first edition of “A Night at the Palace” – which is being described as a new project which will combine opera and musicals. While entrance for this event is free of charge, donations will be collected for a sector which Dr Lydia Abela holds at heart – the various NGOs which work with animals.
A Night at the Palace will be held at Girgenti Palace on the 22nd July at 8:30 pm. For this occasion, the Majestic Girgenti Palace will be opening its door to the public, after the challenging COVID-19 Pandemic, which Malta has dealt with great success.
“Music is multicolour, and it can bring people together, in a sense of serenity and peace,” Dr Abela said, whilst adding that she will be announcing further events aimed at bringing people together for a good cause.
The MPO Chairman, Sigmund Mifsud, explained that A Night at the Palace will be the first concert by the MPO following the COVID-19 Pandemic – even though the MPO did keep all of us motivated thanks to stunning videos which they worked on during our isolation months.
Tickets can be picked up on Monday and Tuesday from the Office of the Prime Minister from 9am to midday.