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News Updates

National Library of Malta:

At the invitation of the National Library of Malta, Rebecca Hall recently presented a documentary on music of the late Maltese Baroque, with special emphasis on the works for flute trio of the Maltese composer Mikelangelo Vella. To learn more about the music of this interesting composer and the Maltese baroque in general, follow this link to the video!
maltese composers: National Library Malta

Upcoming Classes:

Rebecca Hall in Belgrade:
October 1st will see Rebecca Hall in recital and presenting a Masterclass
at the invitation of the Serbian Flute Association.
For her debut in Serbia, Rebecca will present works by Maltese composers
Joseph Vella, Veronique Vella, Charles Camilleri and a world premiere by Carl Borg
Canadian pieces by Jason Noble and David Jaeger will share the programme
with works of Mozart, Debussy and Schubert.
For more information check the webpage of the Serbian Flute Association!

New Publication:

Rebecca has just had a detective story (of sorts!) published! "The Olympian, the Flautist and the Poet"  was published in a recent edition of the British Flute Society Journal "Pan". The article tells the story of the composition, loss and rediscovery of Australian composer and soldier F.S. Kelly's Serenade for flute, harp, horn and strings, op.7
To download and read the article,
click here...
article written by Rebecca Hall screen shot


Dr. Rebecca Hall is delighted to be appointed as the Maltese Representative of the British Flute Society. As Europe's oldest flute association, it has been a model for others for more than 50 years! More information on the BFS can be found on https://bfs.org.uk/

Travel Updates

The Malta Philharmonic has just returned from a week residency at Dubai opera house, where Debussy's famous "Faune" opened the tour. Next stops, Berlin Philharmonie, Vienna's Musikverein, Prague's Smetana Hall and Bratislava at the end of April and beginning of May!
Rebecca and fellow ute players at DubaiRebecca Hall at Dubai Tour

Maltese Music at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

Maltese Music at the Royal Welsh College of Music and DramaFollowing her recent presentation in Belgrade, Dr. Rebecca Hall has presented a masterclass and lecture on Maltese flute music at Cardiff’s prestigious Royal Welsh Academy of Music and Drama.
The Head of Woodwinds, esteemed British clarinettist Robert Plane extended the invitation for the first collaboration between University of Malta’s Dept. of Music Studies and the College. On this first “Malta Day” Dr. Hall worked with six undergrad and graduate flute students on repertoire ranging from J.S. Bach to Lowell Liebermann. She then presented a series of works by Charles Camilleri, Joseph Vella and Carl Borg, all of whom have close ties to the Music Studies Department.
A question and answer period followed regarding flute performance, the commissioning of new works and the challenges of working in a foreign country.
Student performers were presented with copies of Carl Borg’s commissioned work “Broken Circle” as remembrances of the occasion.

Maltese Music premieres in Belgrade

Dr Rebecca Hall, Visiting Senior Lecturer in the School of Performing Arts has recently returned from Serbia where she presented the Serbian premieres of works for flute by four Maltese composers. The premieres recital was held in the atrium of Belgrade’s National Museum.
The composers (the late Charles Camilleri and late Prof Joseph Vella, Dr. Veronique Vella and Carl Borg) all have ties to the Department of Music studies. The lecture recital discussed the history of these compositions and tied them to works by Canadian composers David Jaeger and Jason Noble. Dr. Hall also presented works by Debussy, Schubert and Mozart, accompanied by Serbian pianist Masa Babic.
At the invitation of the National Flute Association of Serbia’s President Snjezana Pavicevic, Dr. Hall gave a masterclass for upcoming Serbian flutists and presented copies of Carl Borg’s “Broken Circle for solo flute”, which received its world premiere during the recital.
Rebecca performing Belgrade