June - July
Summer Street and Online Festival, was a music festival that toured over 50 localities all over Malta, with 80 hours of music, spreading hope and unity through music and culture.
The performance will feature a mix of original songs written by Klinsmann and his band.
During the concert there will be a rendition of cover songs from famous bands throughout the ages which will have an original musical twist to them. Some of the songs covered will be from the following bands such as Avicii, Oasis, One Republic, U2 and Elton John.
5 August | 9:00PM | Pjazza Regina, Valletta
Swing Nuages is a five-piece swing and jazz manouche band, born from a season of jam sessions in summer 2014 and now fa stalwart of the Malta Jazz scene. In 2015 Swing Nuages was awarded 1st place in the Indi Unplugged Competition, and have since performed at the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Farsons Great Beer Festival, the
2016 Simon’s Pub Music Marathon, the Marsovin Wine Festivals of 2017, 2018, and 2019, and the Bubble Festival in 2019. In December 2016 they performed at the prestigious ‘Teatru Unplugged’ concerts spanning three nights. In 2020, the band was honoured to take part in the Malta Jazz Festival for the first time.
Swing Nuages perform up-tempo and retro music inspired by the style of Django Reinhardt, who popularised the 'hot' jazz genre in the 1930s. The band play a repertoire of songs associated with Reinhardt, as well as other standard tunes adapted to the swinging style.
Festivals Malta celebrates the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven with an exciting dance programme and a live music performance.
New choreographies have been developed by dance artists form three different local dance schools: Jade Farrugia from The Dance Workshop; Christina Cauchi from Danza C and Marisha Bonnici from Seed Dance Studios. Advanced students from all three schools have been selected for the choreographies, set to the live performance of three Beethoven piano sonatas. Maria Elena Farrugia will perform Sonata No 3 in C. Francis Camilleri will perform Sonata No.2 in A and Sonata No.8 in C minor “Pathétique”.
Joseph Lia (baritone) accompanied by Yuri Chariguine on accordion, will be entertaining patrons next to St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta, performing Neapolitan Classics, Russian Folk Songs and Operatic Arias.
The programme will include light-hearted pieces such as O Sole Mio, Fenesta Ca Lucive, Torna a Surriento, Tu Ca Nun Chiagne, Oci Cornie, Kalinka and Bella Siccome un Angelo.
Soprano Valentina Maria Cotrone, baritone Charles Buttigieg and pianist Julia Miller present a delightful concert of opera favourites. The programme includes arias from popular operas such as Don Pasquale, La Traviata and La Boheme as well as a charming duet from Don Giovanni by Mozart. This recital will be followed by the Beethoven Dance Project.