For the latest episode of the bite-sized concert series, Francis Camilleri, a University of Malta School of Performing Arts graduate, performs his rendition of composer Franz Liszt’s Dante Sonata, originally performed in 1849.
Francis Camilleri formally commenced his pianoforte studies with Lucia Micallef and continued under the tuition of Karen Briscoe, while also taking regular lessons with Prof. Vanessa Latarche at the Royal College of Music, London.
He graduated from the University of Malta in piano performance under the tuition of Michael Laus and participated in masterclasses led by John Lill, Mikhail Pethukov, among others. He also had coaching in harmony and counterpoint from Joseph Vella, Malta’s leading composer. Francis is equally passionate about Art and Literature, spending his free time reading and travelling.
Catch up on the previous bite-sized concerts below: