Malta : Minister Bonnici words of praise for Manoel'Teatru Opera Week '.
Currently going through final preparations for Manoel'Teatru Opera Week which will start with a new production of the opera of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Don Giovanni, to be held between 5 and 11 March.
The Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government Owen Bonnici visited the theater during the trials and noted both the level of these cultural activities in our country always being improved. "The steady increase in the number of audiences is a clear sign that our cultural sector is to capture the momentum it deserves through our strategy to place art and culture on before our very society", Bonnici stressed the Minister.
During his visit, Minister Bonnici met the cast and crew of Don Giovanni. The cast is made up of local operas and foreign singers, under the direction of Jack Furness - collaboration to help foster the local talent to provide a high level in production. One can not fail to mention the Maltese sopranos Claire Debono and Nicola Said, as well as to Maltese Tenor Cliff Zammit Stevens, belonging to this spectacular cast. The musical director for this production is Philip Walsh.
Minister Bonnici also noted that such production can not take place without technical crew which forms a very important part of the cultural scene. It is required to have both a large number of people to such an event occurs - a clear sign that the cultural and creative sector is seeing an increase in the area of ??career.
For its part, the administration of the theater said that with the extensive works of strength in renovation and restoration to the theater is preserved and updated, now theater theater season can be extended and thus there may be more events for audiences to attend and appreciate.
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|Article Type:||Opera review|
|Date:||Mar 5, 2018|
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