Following the March equinox and marking the advent of spring, a sound-art project comes to life introducing cutting-edge technology that links history with modern-day. The project is a collaboration between Lyon’s French sound designer and composer Vincent Villuis aka Aes Dana and Maltese sound artist Mario Sammut aka Cygna. Heritage Malta hosts Oracle, Malta’s silent 90-minute performance in the ancient Ħaġar Qim Megalithic Temples, a site of World Heritage value. In Oracle, the artists come together shaping their ideas and compositions that are inspired by this prehistoric site, creating a rare opportunity not only for global music lovers but also for the Maltese community with their strong connection to this cultural site.
23 March 2012. Duration: 90-minute silent electronic music concert
A collaboration between Cygna and Aes Dana Stage design Matthew Pandolfino Light design Jimmy Grima Visuals Mark Casha Poster artwork Imaazje Light Technician Ismael Bugeja Performers Ada Wendy Moira, Andre Callus, Andrew Schembri, Anne Marie Spiteri, Francesca Arcuri, Isaac Azzopardi, Michael Spiteri, Xavier Aloisio, Justin Brincat, Katarzyna Peukert Manager Nicole Blackman Pr and Marketing Marie Louise Vella Production the rubberbodies collective Curator Katya Stroud Thanks Nick Morales, Annabelle Galea, Simon Sultana Harkins, Matthew Micallef, Martina Buhagiar, Anthony Askew, Sasha Melkonyan, Sean Decelis, Darrin Zammit Lupi, Russell Sammut, Sandro Debono, Sue Pisani, Joe Debono Hosted by Heritage Malta Supported by Studio Seven Farsons Direct Ultimae Records