CHRISTOPHER MUSCAT

composer & conductor

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Premiere performance of Christopher Muscat's Mesogeios for traditional Maltese instruments and orchestr
29 June 2017 | Soloist: Francesco Sultana | Conductor: Riccardo Bianchi

Stabat Mater

Excellent review on Christopher Muscat's Stabat Mater in the prestigious music magazine TEMPO published by Cambridge University Press. Click here for review. 

 

"It is indeed difficult to tackle the Stabat Mater, but Muscat's work impresses with its freshness"

 

The Sunday Times of Malta  ~  December 1, 2013

"In this recording, Muscat guides the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, his distinguished soloists and the listener with authority and passion through his very personal vision of Mary's harrowing journey."


TEMPO ~  Volume 68, Issue 270, October 2014 pp 95-96

 

Upcoming events ...

1 February 2018

Annual concert of sacred music organised by Fondazzjoni Paulus featuring works by Gustav Holst, Paolino Vassallo and Felix Mendelssohn. Malta Philharmonic Orchestra | Conductor Christopher Muscat



Latest news ...

New work on CD

On 3 February 2018 Fondazzjoni Paulus launched the CD Celebrating St Paul that features Christopher Muscat's Cantata L-X ta' Frar 1928 performed by the Jubilate Deo Choir and the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Marco Frisina. The launch took place at the Presidential Palace of Verdala under the distinguished patronage of H.E. Marie Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta.


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Choral works published

A selection of choral works by Christopher Muscat have been published on www.componistenwerk.nl 


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The Global Climate Change Music Project

Because climate change is a planetary problem … composers from every country on the planet contributed 4 bars of music to create one composition that speaks for the earth.


Christopher Muscat is one of the 187 composers featured in this project. Click here for a preview of the project.

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