The Malta Independent 11 July 2020, Saturday

Feel The Magic – the project

Thursday, 11 July 2019, 17:36 Last update: about 13 months ago

Feel the Magic represents a strong three-year vision that seeks to place the arts and creativity at the heart of Gozo's future. The project supports the implementation of a series of high-profile concerts in collaboration with international and national organizations and aims to develop a co-ordinated yearly programme of events. So far the series has featured two hugely successful Feel the Magic concerts: Feel the Magic of Brass and Feel the Magic of Piazzolla.


Chorus Urbanus Productions is a non-profit organization that is a very powerful protagonist in the national cultural scenario. It is the organization's mission to co-ordinate and present notable cultural events throughout the year. It is our policy to produce and present concerts of a very high standard both by local and international artists within the limits of our budgetary constraints, that are however generously supported by the Gozo Cultural Support Programme Fund within the Ministry for Gozo and the Arts Council. The Feel the Magic Project is spread over four major concerts per year (one for every season) and one Grand Concert featuring various soloists, Choir, Children's Choir, Orchestra, and Choreography. Orchestra and, in the open-air during the Summer months. 

Feel the Magic of Musical Theatre

The Chorus Urbanus Productions is a non-governmental organization is a powerful player in the national cultural scenario. It is the mission of the organization to co-ordinate and present remarkable cultural events throughout the year. It is our policy to produce and present concerts of very high both by local artists as well as international artists despite the financial constraints of our budget, that are nevertheless supported by the Gozo Cultural Support Program, within the Ministry for Gozo and the Arts Council.

Feel The Magic project is spread over four major concerts each year (one per season) and a grand orchestral concert which that sees the participation of various seasoned soloists, the Chorus Urbanus, Children's Choir, and Choreography. This will be done outdoors at St Augustine Square on Saturday 27 July, 2019 at 8.30pm.

The concert Feel-the Magic of Musical Theater banks on the fruitful experience and successes achieved by the Chorus Urbanus Productions in producing the musicals Fiddler on the Roof and Scrooge during 2017 and 2018 respectively. In this spectacular concert the soloists of the Chorus Urbanus include Fabian Galea, Angelo Muscat, Mario Portelli, Ruth Portelli, Maria Cassar, Hilda Grima and Ryden backed by Chorus Urbanus; the young singers Kristen Grima, Gabriel Grech, Christa Mercieca and Kurt Theuma Scerri and the Chorus Urbanus Junior Section;  and the Central Stage Dance Academy under the choreographic direction of Nathalie Sciortino. The Malta Concert Orchestra will under the direction of John Galea, artistic director of the triennial Project. The show will be co-ordinated by the stage director Jamie Camilleri while the sound design will be under the direction of Sergio Costa together with PRO Sound Stage. The visual design and lighting are under the direction of Ismahel Portelli and Chris Gauci. The stage set is designed by Teddy Mizzi.

This concert promises to be a feast of music, singing and dancing of 21 excerpts taken from the best musicals of all time that have thoroughly enjoyed extensive runs in the West End of London as well as the Broadway stage. Tickets for this colourful show are already for sale online at, and we are happy to announce that sales are progressing well despite being activated barely 24 hours ago.


The philosophy behind the setting up of this project is triggered by a culturally rich and eminently educational approach. Our policy gives a high priority to the promotion of top-level local talent to share the limelight with foreign high-calibre artists. It is our objective to enhance the international status of the Project with seasoned local and international performers being invited to perform a varied repertoire that promises to be exciting in its exploration of the magic of the Arts. 

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