Jazz brass masterclass
As part of the Malta Jazz Festival, free masterclasses in brass for jazz are being given by acclaimed trumpeter...
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Evrard Wendenbaum's studies
Spazju Kreattiv will be holding a workshop titled Ikkrea to assist and address queries and procedures in relation...
Colour in Valletta
Installation by Selina Scerri outside Embassy Shopping complex
Free Malta Jazz Festival events on Thursday
The Malta Jazz Festival continues on Thursday with the following events: Lunchtime...
‘Bringing unseen films to unusual places’
Innovative cinema project has returned to Malta for Valletta 2018
Performance of Spanish works
The Strada Stretta Concept will be hosting The Obscure Object of Desire, two nights of Spanish music and theatre...
Weekend of obsession
Baxx Baxx being staged at the Manoel this weekend
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Finnish president's intervention
Olivier Zanot masterclass
Alto saxophonist Olivier Zanot is giving a masterclass tomorrow as part of the Malta Jazz Festival. The...
The story and legacy of Jacques Mayol – the legendary free-diver whose life became the...
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World-class acts at Ta' Liesse this weekend
Triq Cinemoon Festival delves into the mind
The second night of the Triq Cinemoon Festival tomorrow focuses on the theme of being ‘In...
This week at the cinema - July 18, 2018
Times of Malta takes a look at the latest big screen releases
Zooming in on three decades of jazz
Joe P Smith's photo exhibition brings Malta Jazz Festival history to life
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Two Door Cinema Club going from strength to strength
Groove with the greats
Free masterclasses by the Malta Jazz Festival
Maltese musical tells story of the Magdalene Sisters
Malta’s biggest names to take part
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