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INGLESE: It has arrived – the Aurora Theatre’s turn to host the Government-organised musical production set to celebrate two of the most important historical anniversaries for our beloved country, Malta. It is with greatest pleasure that the Aurora theatre hosts tonight Djamanti Mużikali – Musical Diamonds.  

Aggiornato: 6 Dicembre 2014

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The evening includes some of the most popular locally composed tunes that have shaped the Maltese musical/cultural character in the last fifty years. This time-span is important, because it marks the time since Malta has been a State in its own right. We have been a nation ever since, but an Independent one since 1964, and a Republic, with a co-national as a Head of State rather than the Queen of England, since 1974. And thus, these 50th and 40th anniversaries are being celebrated with tonight’s concert at the Aurora featuring songs from the last half a century.

The announced line-up includes:

Il Maltija
Il-Bajja tal-Mellieħa
L-Ewwel Tfajla li Ħabbejt
Marija l-Maltija
Hey Miss
Mużika Mużika
Fjura fil-Kantina
Qalb ta’ Kampanjol
Fil-Pjazza tar-Raħal
Fejn tħobb il-qalb
Din l-art hi tiegħi
Viva Malta
Il-Kuġin Ġiljan
Another Summer Night
Kemm hu sabiħ
L-Aħħar Bidwi f’Wied il-Għasel
Nieħdu Buzz
Inti Djamant.

For the first time ever, Malta's entry song for the Eurovision Song Contest will be first performed in public in Gozo soon after its local victory. Amber's 'Warrior' is set to resonate at the Aurora Opera House tonight!

In line with the title and theme, the concert ends with the famous ode to Gozo Inti Djamant – You’re a Diamond, as that was where the title Djamanti Mużikali came from. However, another climax of the evening is Amber’s participation and her much-awaited interpretation of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest Maltese winning song Warrior. Other singers include  the Gozitan Deborah C, Tiziana Calleja, Gianluca Bezzina, Renato, Mark Tonna, Daniel Cauchi, Georgina Abela, Marvic Lewis, Pamela Bezzina, Hooligan and of course, Ivan Grech of Winter Moods.

Djamanti Mużikali starts at 7.30pm and as seats are on a first-come-first-served basis and free of charge, patrons are highly encouraged to be present as early as possible. We always recommend 60 minutes prior to commencement of the show.

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