Mark your calendar for the Three Palaces Festival 2019

26 September 2019

Will you be on your holidays in Malta from the 1st to the 10th November?  Then keep your eyes peeled for the 7th edition of the Three Palaces Festival, a festival offering a variety of classical, modern and jazz music in rich settings that combine history to the timeless relevance of the music performed. This glorious event will once again see the participation of artists with exceptional talent from around the globe, right here in Malta!

Three palaces festival 2019 poster

Image Copyright: The Three Palaces Festival Official Facebook Page

An exquisite setting

Although the official line-up has not been released as of yet, this year we can once again expect world-class artists to perform intimate shows within the stunning setting of three of Malta’s historical Baroque palaces.  

The three Presidential Palaces include the Verdala Palace in Buskett, San Anton Palace in Attard, and the Grandmaster’s Palace in Valletta. Aside from the palaces, look out for events at the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta, a UNESCO World Heritage city. 

Built during the time of the Knights of St John, these impressive buildings have hosted many dignitaries and have held many vital functions throughout the centuries. Now in 2019, they will continue to play another pivotal role – that of uniting people together to embrace quality music as a community.

What can you expect?

artists at the three palaces festival

Image Copyright: The Three Palaces Festival Official Facebook Page

The Three Palaces Festival 2018 was a tremendous success, drawing thousands of music and culture lovers to the event. So, if last year is anything to go by, one can indeed expect a melting pot of talent.

Last year’s schedule saw the incredible Mezzo-soprano Clare Ghigo, accompanied by pianist Maria Elena Farrugia, delighting the crowds. In a separate show, violinist Ian Ellul and soprano Michaela Agius showcased as a new and emerging act. From the UK “O duo”, rising stars Olly and Owen, whose repertoire spans more than 300 years and is an eclectic mix of popular classics and accessible contemporary music, played on two marimbas, vibraphone and a vast array of percussion instruments. There was also an excellent performance from soprano Clare De Bono, accompanied by pianist Gary Matthewman, who gave an unforgettable show.

Reunite with music lovers and absorb the beauty of the festival’s historical settings this November by booking your flights to Malta now! A wonderful blend of guitar, cello, violin, trumpet, brass and mesmerising voices await you!

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