A musical evening at Mgarr harbour with Stage and Proms on the Sea

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A musical evening at Mgarr harbour with Stage and Proms on the SeaFor the third successive year, the Gozo Youth Wind Band will be entertaining the audience in a musical evening of – Stage and Proms on the Sea.

With a backdrop of Mgarr Harbour for the concert, those present will be able to enjoy a colourful, audience-participating repertoire, reminiscent of London West-End shows and evergreen masterpieces from the BBC Proms Final Night held at The Royal Albert Hall, such as `Fantasia on British Sea Songs.’

There will also be a variety of excerpts and medleys from musicals and classic encores interpreted by singers Ludwig Galea and Sara Bonnici.

Youth musicians hailing from all over Gozo, augmented with foreign and Maltese musicians are currently in full swing preparing for this special night. A large floating pontoon will serve as the stage to accommodate the 60 musicians.

Stage and Proms on the Sea, is taking place on Monday, the 11th of September, starting at 8.30pm, in Mgarr Marina, Gozo.

Entrance is free of charge (standing), however tickets are available to purchase, in support of the Gozo Youth Wind Band and Orchestra, for the Premium VIP Designated Seated area, and the price will include a welcome drink, tris of pasta and dessert, ticket price is €28 per person.

For information and reservations please call 79421611, 99421611 or email: gozowindbandorchestra@yahoo.co.uk

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    1. anthony zammit says:

      We will be there for sure. One day I would also wish to hear such program on such floating platform but in the cave of the Inland Sea in Dwejra. It (I believe) has great acoustics and anything played in that cave will be resonated beautifully. Do not take my word, but please investigate because it might turn up to be the best place to hold such vocal or instrumental performances. The back drop is not bad also if somehow illuminated with battery lights and not generators.

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