EMM is now receiving nominations for the post of Member of the Executive Committee of Electronic Music Malta (EMM). These nominations may be submitted by filling in the relevant online form and must be submitted by latest Friday 8th April 2022 at noon.
Yes, you’ve read well and here is how, by subscribing to become an EMM member, you will get your money back by buying Circuits Day 1 and 2 tickets.
A year’s membership with EMM costs EUR10, whilst tickets for Days 1 and 2 of Circuits for EMM Members cost EUR10 each – totalling EUR30. Every single day for non-EMM members costs EUR15, so the choice is easy! Also by becoming EMM members you will avail from some interesting discounts… but more on that in the coming days.
Circuits in 2021 will see an international line-up, innovative projects and a new Storbju noise device
Electronic Music Malta (EMM), Malta’s home of contemporary electronic music, is organising this year’s edition of Circuits Festival, which will be held between 23 October and 9 December 2021. The festival will be split into two parts. The first part consists of a festival weekend on 23 and 24 October where performances, public talks, workshops and presentations will be held at Spazju Kreattiv. There will then be three other events held over the months of November and December.
Elektronika is a new project which aims to develop a historiography of electronic music in Malta. This project will be launched on Saturday, 6th February 2021 by the project curators Michael Bugeja and Dr Toni Sant. This event includes also a performance by Sonitus Eco.