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Title: Manoel Baroque Festival 2003
Authors: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies
Keywords: Art, Baroque
Art, Baroque -- Cultural programs -- Malta
Art, Baroque -- Malta -- Activities
Festivals -- Malta -- 21st century
Art, Baroque -- Malta -- Periodicals
Manoel Theatre (Valletta, Malta)
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies
Citation: University of Malta. International Institute for Baroque Studies. (2002, December). Manoel Baroque Festival 2003. Baroque Routes Newsletter, 4, 7..19.
Abstract: The Manoel Baroque Festival is a biannual event that was organised for the first time in May 2001 . Following the success of the first festival, a second edition is now scheduled for May 2003. The festival will take place over a period of 10 days, and consists of a selection of artistic events related to the Baroque period, including musical concerts, drama, a choir, performance, an opera, vocal concerts, and walking tours of Baroque sites of interest. Three cultural bodies have joined forces to organise these events- the Manoel Theatre, the International Institute for Baroque Studies at the University of Malta (IIBS), and the Koperativa Kulturali Universitarja (KKU), which is the cultural arm of the University of Malta. The festival is being planned and organised together with a committee that includes four official foreign representatives in Malta. Dr Petra Bianchi, research assistant at llBS, is co-ordinating the project. The festival theme in 2003 is 'Triumph over Death: a Baroque Celebration'. As part of the festival, IIBS is organising a one-day seminar on this topic on Monday 5 May at St James Cavalier Centre for Creativity in Valletta. The Festival Programme is printed on page 19 of this newsletter.
Appears in Collections:Baroque Routes Newsletter, No.04, 2002

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