composer & conductor


25 September 2010

Christopher Muscat conducted the Malta Philharmonic Strings at the fifth edition of Notte Bianca at Palazzo Parisio, Valletta.


11 September 2010

Christopher Muscat conducted the Voci Angeliche at Westminster Cathedral, London.


1 July 2010

Pure Brass Quintet performed Christopher Muscat's Lament in London.


16, 17, 18 June 2010

Christopher Muscat conducted the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert of sacred music.


30 May 2010

Equinox Ensemble performed Christopher Muscat's Fakriet at St. James Cavalier, Valletta.


20-28 May 2010

Christopher Muscat - guest composer in residence during the 2010 Alba International Music Festival (Italy).


15 May 2010

Christopher Muscat conducted the Cappella Gregoriana Jubilate Deo in a concert of gregorian chant and renaissance polyphony at the Domenican Priory, Vittoriosa.


29 March 2010

Premiere of Christopher Muscat's Crucem Tuam (Naxxar, Malta).


13 December 2009

Christopher Muscat conducted the Jubilate Deo Choir in the annual Christmas Concert.


23 December 2008

Premiere of Christopher Muscat's Jesu Redemptor Omnium (Naxxar, Malta).


6 August 2008

Christopher Muscat conducted the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra in two concerts at the Zaragoza Expo, Spain.


11 November 2007

Christopher Muscat's Eternal Memories performed at the Estate's Theatre (Prague).


27 July 2007

Christopher Muscat conducted Virtuosi di Praga at the Banska Stiavnica Music Festival (Slovak Republic).


18 March 2007

Christopher Muscat conducted the operatic double bill Il Maestro di Cappella (Cimarosa) and La Serva Padrona (Pergolesi).

November 2006

Christopher Muscat awarded first prize in the International Polyphonic Composition Competition by Orfeo Misericordia of Spain, for Ave Maria for SATB choir a cappella. 


30 May 2006

Christopher Muscat conducted the National Orchestra of Malta at the Manoel Theatre (Valletta) in a concert celebrating the 150th birth anniversary of Maltese Romantic composer Paolino Vassallo. 


18 March 2006

Christopher Muscat conducted Purcell's Dido and Aeneas as part of the BOV Opera Festival 2006.