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ENGLISCH: The Teatru tal-Opra Aurora is proud to host the 2nd part of the concert <<Djamanti Mużikali>> (Musical Diamonds), a production of FĊN (Foundation for National Celebrations) and the Ministry for Gozo, as part of the 50th Independence anniversary and 40th Republic anniversary celebrations, on Saturday 6th December 2014 at 7.30pm at the Teatru tal-Opra Aurora.  

Bekannt: 3 November 2014

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"Djamanti Mużikali" is a musical show in two parts, the first of which takes place on November 29th at Teatru Astra (Upper Republic Street), while the second part takes place on December 6th at Teatru tal-Opra Aurora (Lower Republic Street), at 7.30pm.

The show - a joint organisation between "Fondazzjoni Ċelebrazzjonijiet Nazzjonali" (FCN) and the Ministry for Gozo - was launched on October 28th, Gozo Day.

This is the first time the two Gozitan theatres are collaborating on a joint concert. The press conference was first addressed by producer David Borg, who explained how the title "Djamanti Mużikali" (Musical Diamonds) stems from the popular song about Gozo "Inti Djamant" (You're a Diamond). Borg recalled the outstanding success of the concert "50 Years of Maltese Music" in Malta; a successful concert which is being extended in Gozo.

Both part 1 and part 2 of this concert in either theatre in Gozo are free of charge. No prior reservations are being taken. Rather, the public is encouraged to feel free to just pop and attend both parts of the concert as seating is on a first-come-first-served basis.

Gozo Minister Anton Refalo emphasised that the Ministry for Gozo is committed to maintain Gozo's attractiveness for Gozitans, Maltese and tourists alike. There are concentrated efforts on increasing effective promotion for Gozo so that more Maltese and tourists visit the island all year round, especially in the shoulder months. Minister Refalo noted with satisfaction the collaboration between the two Gozitan theatres - Aurora and Astra.

FCN Chairman Albert Marshall explained how arts, culture and music are all elements with the potential of fostering unity among our people. In this sense, this concert earns a nobler cause and makes anyone involved in the production, proud.

Composer Paul Abela spoke about the Maltese songs and local talent and explained that this will be more extensive than an earlier version that was put up in Smart City (Malta). He expressed himself confident that the audiences will thoroughly enjoy the show and the songs.

Teatru tal-Opra Aurora is hosting part 2 of "Djamanti Mużikali" (Musical Diamonds), on Saturday 6th December 2014 at 7.30pm. Doors are open as from 6.45pm.

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