Malta International Music Festival


Dear classical music lovers,
We hope you and your loved ones are all keeping safe.
With deepest regret we have to cancel the 9th Malta International Music Festival due to the pandemic situation.
All bookings are being refunded. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Meanwhile, we are all looking forward to get through this safely and be able to greet you to our next festival next year.
For any queries please contact us

Lots of best wishes, keep healthy and take care.

Your team at EUFSC
#stay home #keep safe

26 April — 10 May 2020

Valletta • Floriana

Marcelline Agius violin


Since she was a child, Marcelline’s dream was always to become a violinst, and join the then Manoel Theatre Orchestra. In fact she did join the orchestra when she was only 17 years of age. Marcelline continued to study in Malta, whilst attending master classes abroad. At the age of 26 she got the post of Leader of the Philharmonic Orchestra, a position which still holds. In this capacity she had the privilege to work with renowed musicians and conductors and had led the MPO to perform in many foreign countries from Europe to China.

In 2006 Marcelline was invited to join the World Philharmonic Orchestra to perform in Paris, under the baton of Japanese Conductor Yutaka Sado, a unique experience which she will never forget.
Marcelline regularly attends Baroque Courses at Marnaves, France under the guidance of Ms Maggie Faultless.

She is a member of the MPO string quartet, and of the Valletta Baroque Ensemble, which incorporates master classes with Ms. Catherine Martin.
Marcelline performs as a soloist, gives recitals, and records both in Malta and abroad.

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