Minister for National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government Owen Bonnici visited the last preparations and rehearsals for beloved festival Mużika Mużika at MFFCC, Ta’ Qali.
There, he got the opportunity to meet the musicians, singers and organisers of this beloved televised event.
Minister Bonnici said that year after year this event proves to be a continuous success. ‘For the third consecutive year, this prestigious festival will celebrate Maltese song, music and language through 20 original songs.’
‘It is truly a wonderful thing to witness these artists and organisers filled with energy and enthusiasm. We should truly feel proud with this Maltese talent’ concluded Bonnici.
On his part, Festivals Malta Chairman Aaron Zahra said that technicians and artists are currently working on the last few polishings for the show to launch as well as the rehearsals with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra.
‘I encourage the public to follow this festival and give the local artists the support they deserve. We are committed to give the public a beautiful spectacle, whether they follow from home or from our live audience.
Meanwhile, Chief Executive Annabelle Stivala said that this festival is a very important platform which celebrates local music and artistry. ‘This is a festival which is close to the hearts of many Maltese. To hold such a festival, there is need for over 300 pairs of hands.’
‘These included technicians, artists, musicians, a production team and many more. I wish the participants all the best and thank everyone who in some way or an other contributed to the success of this festival’ she concluded.
Mużika Mużika will be held on Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th and Saturday 25th of March in MFCC, Ta’ Qali. The three shows will be broadcasted live on Television Malta. For more information on tickets and other important details, please follow this link.