On Saturday 29 September, The Piano Prodigies Show see neuroscientist Dr Claude Bajada talking about how music effects the brain. This science will be brought to life by a concert of gifted pianists from the European Piano Teachers Association (EPTA) Malta. The pianists come from Malta, UK, Spain and Russia, covering compositions from Bach to Chopin.
This is a ticketed event (price to be announced soon).
Apart from this event, EPTA Malta is hosting its Annual International Conference. The 40th International EPTA Conference will take place between 27th & 30th September 2018 in the European City of Culture 2018 – Valletta in Malta. The program of the conference will be dedicated to the theme “PIANO PRODIGIES” and will attract music educators and piano lovers from all around the world.
EPTA Malta is a part of the vibrant music non-profit making organisation with international network extending to 39 countries, including Malta. It is regularly organising concerts for students, master classes, workshops, lectures, The Valletta International Piano competition ( www.vallettapianofest.com) and other musical educational activities for pianists in Malta.
For more information please visit their website: www.epta-malta.com