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the festival

WHEN IS THE MALTA INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL?

The InClassica Malta International Music Festival will be taking place from 17 April – 11 May 2021.

WHAT EVENTS ARE HAPPENING?

There are a wide variety of events taking place at the festival including concerts, lectures and open masterclasses.

WHERE CAN I BUY TICKETS?

Tickets may be purchased from https://www.showshappening.com.

WHO ARE THE ORGANISERS?

The InClassica Festival is organised by the European Foundation for Support of Culture (EUFSC) and the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO).

the concerts

WHERE CAN I VIEW THE FESTIVAL CONCERT SCHEDULE?

Please visit Calendar for the full schedule.

WHERE CAN I FIND INFORMATION ABOUT A PARTICULAR CONCERT?

To find information regarding a particular concert, please visit Calendar and select the concert applicable.

WHERE ARE THE CONCERTS BEING HELD?

Concerts for the InClassica are being held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre (MCC).

What time do the concerts start?

The concerts start at 8pm. Please ensure that you arrive at least 30 minutes prior to this.

What is the expected duration of the concerts?

While it is not possible to precisely estimate the duration of the concerts, we expect the average concert length to be two hours, inclusive of an interval.

Will programmes be available?

Yes. These will be available at the concert venue before and after the performance.

Is there car parking available at the Mediterranean Conference Centre?

Unfortunately car parking will not be available. Please also be aware that it is often very difficult to find parking spaces in Valletta, however there are parking facilities close to the city gates such as the MCP Floriana.

Is there a minimum age restriction for the concerts?

Unfortunately we are not able to accept children younger than 6 years of age into the concerts. Please ensure that children are accompanied by an adult at all times and that the listening experience of others is respected during the performances. Children will require a ticket to enter the auditorium.

Do I need to have my e-ticket printed in order to be allowed entry?

No, it is not required to print your e-tickets. This is of course an acceptable form of proof of purchase should this be your preference, however we will be happy to accept your ticket displayed on your mobile device (please ensure screen brightness is set to maximum when being scanned).

Will there be an intermission?

Yes, there will be an intermission of 20 minutes at each concert. Refreshments will be available for purchase at this time, as well both before and after the performance.

Is food/drink allowed into the auditorium.

No, food and drink are not allowed into the auditorium barring any medical conditions requiring their use, for example diabetes. We recommend seeking medical advice in advance of attending the festival should you have any questions regarding managing a medical condition.

Is filming / photography allowed?

The use of audio/visual recording equipment is strictly prohibited inside the auditorium.

Are pets allowed into the auditorium?

Pets are not allowed into the auditorium with the exception of registered guide dogs.

Will recordings of the performances be available?

Recordings of the performances will not be available, however there may be authorised photographs and/or videos published online during the course of the festival.

I think I may have lost an item at one of the concerts, who can I contact for help?

If you believe you have lost an item at one of the festival events, please contact the venue as soon as possible. Should the matter still not be resolved, please contact the EUFSC.

Will the artists be signing autographs after the performances?

This will be confirmed closer to the performance dates, however we do anticipate that many of the artists will be pleased to sign autographs after the concerts. Please be aware that this cannot be guaranteed and is at the sole discretion of the performers.

transportation

HOW ACCESSIBLE IS THE AIRPORT?

The airport is located approximately 20-30 minutes from the venue by car (depending on traffic conditions and road closures/diversions). Buses are available to most areas of Malta from the airport, with the X4 bus travelling directly to Valletta (takes approx. 45-60 minutes).

WHICH PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE?

The public transport system in Malta is managed by Tallinja (pronounced “Tal-lin-ya”), which operates bus and ferry services around Malta and Gozo.

  • The bus service operates across most of Malta and Gozo,
  • The ferry services, of which there are two, operate services for the following routes:
    • Sliema – Valletta – Sliema
    • Cospicua – Valletta – Cospicua
WHICH TAXI SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE?

There are numerous taxi services available in Malta:

  •  eCabs - taxi and chauffeur services, available by phone and online (desktop and mobile)
  •  Bolt - taxi service available for mobile devices only
  •  Cool Ride - car-pooling / ride-sharing service
WILL PUBLIC TRANSPORT BE AVAILABLE AFTER THE CONCERTS?

For more information regarding public transport timetables, please visit the Tallinja website: https://www.publictransport.com.mt/

volunteering

IS IT POSSIBLE TO VOLUNTEER AT THE MALTA INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL?

Yes, however please be aware that further information regarding available roles will not be available until closer to the event. To contact us regarding this, please email us at pr@eufsc.eu.

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