MPO ‘String Serenades’ concert at Casino Maltese

Mastery of the instrument will be showcased in a performance featuring two iconic string orchestral serenades – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s serenade brimming with Russian folk influence and the bohemian spirit captured in one of the most beloved works of the world. ‘Antonín Dvořák. The repertoire seeks to highlight the brilliance and virtuosity of these instruments.

Prominent Maltese violinist Carmine Lauri will lead the MPO Strings in an intimate concert by String serenades. Lauri started playing the violin at the age of four. He has since been decorated with the National Order of Merit – MOM in recognition of his talent.

He is co-leader of the London Symphony Orchestra and has performed extensively around the world. He returns to play with the MPO after playing in Saturday evenings with Carmine Lauri, one of DFO’s first projects as part of its digital transformation.

Maltese Casino will host the event. Dating back to the time of the Knights, the royal building has had various uses over the years. Since 1906, the Maltese Casino kept it like a club, infusing it with years of charm and prestige.

Carmine Lauri will lead the MPO Strings at Casino Maltese.

The concert follows a series of events keeping the hybrid model adopted by the orchestra, living.

As it continues to diversify its music production, MPO has released an album, Harmony songs for voice and harp. He has organized numerous live concerts, including the most recent Pictures of an exhibition with oboist Albrecht Mayer and went on to release a series of audiovisual productions such as Gladiator music as part of The orchestra resonates.

The orchestra has garnered over 17 million unique followers in 12 months.

Taking place on December 14, String serenades is presented in collaboration with the Cultural Agency of Valletta, in accordance with all current health protocols, with a valid vaccination certificate required upon entry. Tickets can be purchased at showshappening.com.

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