A thrilling season ahead! ‘KorMalta’, Malta’s national choir announce the full programme of events for 2023/24
A total of 13 different concerts in some incredible locations.
KorMalta, Malta’s National Choir have recently announced their brand new programme of events for the 2023/24 season.
During the launch, Riccardo Bianchi, KorMalta’s Artistic Director, announced what to expect from his team of around 50 talented choirists.
This season, KorMalta is not only sharing its intensifying collaborations within the realm of Baroque music, but also to systematically delving into the intricate world of the Renaissance.
For the first time this year, KorMalta is preparing a series of Sacred concerts seamlessly interwoven within the tapestry of liturgical traditions.
The full and extensive programme of events together with all the necessary information can be accessed through here.
Following the season launch, KorMalta performed ‘Sunrise’ at the Teatru Manoel.
Ola Gjeilo’s renowned Sunrise Mass for chorus and string orchestra is an exceptionally light and moving piece. Sunrise is a modern and original interpretation of sacred music, transforming the traditional Latin text into a worldly and rugged experience with dramatic emotions.
Apart from the opening performance, the angelic choir will perform an additional 12 different concerts.
“Our commitment to musical exploration takes us to new heights as we present a series of Sacred concerts seamlessly interwoven within the tapestry of liturgical traditions. This harmonic convergence of past and present, sacred and secular, promises to be a transcendent experience for both our audience and performers alike”, KorMalta’s Artistic Director, Riccardo Bianchi described the new season
“ KorMalta aims to inspire and uplift audiences, creating lasting memories and forging connections. Whether in sacred spaces, concert halls, or community gatherings, KorMalta will continue to transcend language barriers, offering a universal language of emotion and celebration, enriching lives, and promoting cultural understanding”, NAPA’s CEO, Mr. Dominic Galea added.