As things are going back to normal, so is the Calendar of Events across the Maltese Islands – and this is ONE event which you should all pencil in your diaries!
The Valletta Cultural Agency in collaboration with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra present TEMPO: Summer Edition…
On the 25th of July, internationally renowned local DJ Tenishia will once again be joining the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra for a concert in St George’s Square, Valletta, following the success of the first edition of TEMPO back in 2018. The event starts at 8pm, and, get this…ENTRANCE IS FREE.
What to expect? Aamix of popular trance and house excerpts with songs by acclaimed artists such as Dash Berlin and Armin Van Buuren.
This concert will also pay tribute to the memory of eminent Italian composer, conductor and musician Ennio Morricone who passed away a few days ago.
Local singers Ivan Grech, Brooke, AIDAN and Nicole Frendo will also be taking to the stage in a set-list produced by Damian Mizzi with orchestral arrangements by Aurelio Belli. The Brass House Unit will be entertaining crowds prior to the start of the concert.
The first edition of TEMPO, held during the official opening of Valletta 2018, the European Capital of Culture, was a great success among the Maltese public, therefore the Valletta Cultural Agency and the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra are collaborating once again to stage a summer edition of this concert, as part of a series of summer activities being held in the Capital by the VCA.
One last peek at what Tenishia and the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra had in store for us for the closing of our Official Opening for the Valletta 2018 year.
Publiée par Valletta 2018 – European Capital of Culture sur Samedi 20 janvier 2018
This event is supported by the Ministry for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government and the Ministry for Tourism and Consumer Protection.
Minister for the National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government José Herrera said that “This concert will be the first major event in Valletta after the pandemic, an opportunity for people to start enjoying social life as we know it once again in our Capital City”.
He reiterated that “thanks to the mix of different musical genres and instruments, this concert will offer enjoyment for everyone.”
Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Julia Farrugia Portelli emphasised the importance of keeping our capital city alive and vibrant and that is why the Ministry for Tourism is highly investing this summer in several events and activities for different ages and genres.
“Last year we managed to attract around 2.5 million tourists to our beautiful capital city and such events not only keep our city active and vibrant but promote local talent” stated Minister Farrugia Portelli.