Annual passiontide music & reflections now also at St. John’s Co-Cathedral
Throughout its forty-five year history, the Jubilate Deo Choir has established itself as one of Malta’s foremost choirs in the field of sacred music with such milestone performances as the first Maltese performance of Camille Saint-Saens’ Oratorio di Natale in 2005, the revival of Paolino Vassallo’s Messa da Requiem and Charles Camilleri’s opera Il-Wegħda in 2006 as well as a number of world premiere performances including Marco Frisina’s Oratorio Fino ai Confini della Terra in 2017. The choir is particularly renowned for its pioneering work in reviving the art of plainchant singing as well as for its refined interpretations of the polyphonic repertoire.
Entrance to both concerts is free. The concerts start at 7.30pm. Patrons are cordially reminded that the use of stiletto or narrow heels and the use of flash photography at St John’s Co-Cathedral is strictly prohibited.