Evenings on Campus 2010
Theme: 'Coming of Age - Self-Discovery'
all performances commence at 2030hrs • Msida CampusSponsors:
KPMG, Corinthia Group, British Council, HSBC, AudioSystems, Istituto Italiano di Cultura
to download the print version of the programme. Sunday, 25 July 2010 – Opening Night - Atriju Vassalli (Main Quadrangle, Msida Campus)
'Under the Lighthouse'
A projected photography installation, coordinated by artist and photographer Patrick J Fenech
2030hrs until 2200hrs every evening until 10th AugustMonday, 26 July 2010 - Pjazzetta Dun Karm'Tluq' - koordinazzjoni ta' Inizjamed u
Fi żmien meta l-letteratura Maltija għaddejja minn qawmien ġdid, awturi minn ġenerazzjonijiet differenti jiltaqgħu biex jirrakkontaw esperjenzi ta’ tluq, relazzjonijiet ta’ mħabba ġodda u relazzjonijiet li spiċċaw, bidu ta’ ħajja ġdida u t-tluq minn din id-dinja, il-ħarba minn mumenti mwiegħra ... Tuesday, 27 July 2010 - Atriju Vassalli
A translation project of a French film 'Les Choristes' which has been subtitled in Maltese by a UoM student, Ms Mary Jo Caruana. With a brief introduction by Dr Anthony Aquilina, Dept. of Translation & Interpreting Studies28, 30 and 31 July 2010 - Greek Theatre - Tespi
God and Death
WhatsTheirNames Theatre presents two one-act comedies by award-winning writer Woody Allen: GOD and DEATH.
In GOD, neurotic writer Hepatitis and reluctant leading man Diabetes desperately try to find an ending for their play before the opening of the Ancient Athenian Drama Festival .....
In DEATH, the unobtrusive Kleinmann is rudely awakened in the middle of the night and thrown headlong into the middle of a plan to catch a homicidal killer ...Thursday, 29 July 2010 - CCT steps opposite Car Park 1
'Dawl u Diwi'
Dawl u Diwi is the launch of the Malta Classics Association; where the classics meet the contemporary playfully in an act featuring phos (light), phoné (music) and narration! Achilles resolved to battle as narrated by Homer in a very musical Greek narration followed by the vivacious tale of the Widow of Ephesus, a short play in Latin by Joseph Anthony Debono based on the story found in Petronius' Satyrica. (summary translations will be included)Sunday, 1 August 2010 - Atriju Vassalli
Walter Micallef, Renzo Spiteri and three members of the Cosmos Wind Ensemble team up for a concert exclusive for Evenings on Campus, with songs which will be familiar to followers of Walter Micallef’s music, as well as a light, more classical selectionMonday, 2 August 2010 - Atriju Vassalli
The Road Home
Chinese Film Evening in conjunction with the Confucius Institute
starring Zhang Ziyi and Sun Honglei
Director: Zhang Yimou
The memory of first love always brings out beautiful feelings ....Wednesday, 4 August 2010 - Atriju Vassalli
'Il riconoscimento di Sakuntala'
An Italian Troupe – Compagnia Balagan, regular performers at previous years' Evenings on Campus – will be presenting 'Il riconoscimento di Sakuntala' - una fiaba per tutte le età, narration and shadow theatre with puppets written by Valeria Bianchi based on the Indian play by the renowned Classical Sanskrit writer Kalidasa (a summary translation in English will be provided).Thursday, 5 August 2010 – Atriju Vassalli
Film: Stealing Beauty from the Academy Award Winner Bernardo Bertolucci
From the Director of 'Last Tango in Paris', Stealing Beauty explores one girl’s intriguing journey into womanhood in a provocative story of passion and self discovery.Friday, 6 August 2010 - Sir Temi Zammit Hall
'Mixed Bill: Unexpected Encounters'
'Mixed Bill: Unexpected Encounters' with excerpts from different modern ballets, a repertoire by famous dance choreographers such as Jiri Kylian, and under the direction of Christina Camilleri and Maria Cassar.Saturday, 7 August 2010 - Atriju VassalliSimon Mawer
Simon Mawer, author of eight novels and two non fiction books, will be with us for a presentation and book reading. His latest novel, 'The Glass Room', published in January 2009, was on the Man Booker shortlist. Tuesday, 10 August 2010 – Closing Night - Atriju Vassalli'reading mediterraneo'
Italian artists Biancamaria Stanzani Ghedini and Massimo de Majo will conclude this year's edition of Evening On Campus presenting their new production 'reading mediterraneo', an innovative program of Maltese poetry, video installation and live jazz music.
The Italian actress Biancamaria Stanzani Ghedini will perform in Italian and in English, interpreting poems by the well known Maltese poets John Cremona, Joe Friggieri, Maria Grech Ganado and Immanuel Mifsud.
For the musical side of this event, Italian percussionist Massimo de Majo has invited a group of well known international jazz artists: Maltese pianist Dominic Galea, Italian Flavio Piantoni on bass and, from Denmark, Thomas Agergaard on saxophones.
The program will also include special lyric recordings of Father Peter Serracino Inglott and a video installation by Maltese multimedia artist Vince Briffa.
Tickets at €8 (Films: €5) available at the door
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