6 performances, 6 locations, 1 spectacular festival bring culture & heritage together through music.
Kwarta Tajba is a brand new artistic festival, organised by the Southern Region Council of Malta. The first edition of Kwarta Tajba will be held across six different sites in Ħaż-Żebbuġ.
We invite you to join us and enjoy an innovative spectacle featuring six unique performances whilst roaming around the beautiful city of Ħaż-Żebbuġ. Guests will have the opportunity to explore the city’s heritage in between each performance.
Friday 17th September 2021 & Saturday 18th September 2021
Ħaż-Żebbuġ, also known by its title Città Rohan is one of the oldest cities in Malta. The name of the town, literally translated to olives. Its name was derived from the large olive groves which surrounded the city centre. In 1380, a parish church dedicated to St. Philip of Agira was built, joining together three former communities namely Ħal-Dwinm, Ħal-Muxi and Ħal-Mula, forming the village known till this day as Ħaż-Żebbuġ. With over 11,000 residents, the historical city of Ħaż-Żebbuġ is known for its impressive architecture, traditional Maltese festas and a number of prominent personalities including Mikiel Anton Vassalli, Dun Karm Psaila and Dun Mikiel Xerri!
Open Call for artists
Apply to be a part of the first edition of Kwarta Tajba!
Artists will have the opportunity to perform in front of an independent panel of professional judges who will award the:
Best Artistic Project, Best Musical Composition, Best Ensemble Techniques and Best Outstanding Performer.
Information & Regulations
The project must be exclusive and made up of original music or composition
A performative team of a minimum of 5 performers, made up of musicians and any other collaborative artists from the performing arts sector
Each performance shall not exceed fifteen (15) minutes
The organisers will select up to six (6) productions from the submissions received until closing date
Performance sites will be chosen by the event organisers
The selected participants will be expected to perform three (3) times on each day of the festival
The organisers will be providing basic technical light and sound equipment for all productions
A remuneration of €1,200 (Excl. VAT) will be given to each selected production
Projects will be selected by an evaluation board composed of three (3) industry experts
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