Music meets art in a new Sunday tea time concert series, The Oratory – Music and Art, as Research Trust of University of Malta (RIDT) ramps up efforts to enhance community participation in research contributions.
Taking place in the unique baroque ambience of the Oratory of the Jesuits Church every other Sunday at 1630hrs and featuring mainly classical, baroque and chamber music, the first concert in the series takes place on 16 November.
Proceeds from the concerts are aimed at raising funds for various research activities within the University, via RIDT. The entrance for the concerts will be against a recommended donation of €10.
The opening performance on 16 November features the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra’s String Quartet who will be performing Clepsydra of Christopher Muscat and String Quartet no. 4 op18 of Ludwig van Beethoven.
The MPO String Quartet is made up of Marcelline Agius and Klara Nazaj on the violin, Nadia Debono on viola and Akos Kertesz on cello.