Master of the flute Silvio Zammit and Ramona Zammit Formosa will give a recital of flute music at St. Catherine of Italy in Valletta on Tuesday 15 October 2019 at 12.30pm. The 45 minute-recital features a thrilling repertoire of flute classical music.
The flutes duo will play music by Cimarosa, Boismortier, Handel, Medellsohn and Regan, an eclectic programme which bridges music across the ages, from the Baroque to the present times.
Silvio and Ramona Zammit have been active as a duo for the past 20 years. They are both Fellows of the London College of Music and teach music in the Malta School of Music in Hamrun. Particularly due to the Ramona’s versatility on the piano, flute and harpsichord, the duo can perform in the different combinations of instruments.
During 1978-2001, Silvio was a member of the National Orchestra of Malta. Currently he follows his professional career as a teacher and freelance soloist. In 1998, the duo won the Lloyd Weber medal for distinction in interpretation. They have performed in various solo and chamber recitals in the U.S.A., Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Portugal, Bulgaria and England. They have also recorded CDs of Maltese music by Pace and Camilleri. In collaboration with Gukulari Ensemble, they have also recorded CDs of 18th and 19th century music. Several Maltese composers have dedicated works to the duo. Their extensive repertoire ranges from the baroque to the contemporary.
Entrance to the concert is at a suggested donation of 8 euro. One can obtain the tickets prior to the concert from the venue itself or by email: email@example.com or phone 79680952. For more detail about upcoming events, one can visit barocco-malta.com.