Building Bridges is this year’s theme for the Circuits programme. Electronic Music Malta, through its yearly festival programme, improves ways of widening its artistic eco-system by appealing more to like minded communities.
This year’s festival programme features a busy Autumn schedule consisting of a concert with two international and one local artists; a film screening preceded by a performance and a mini electronic music convention which will involve a considerable number of artists.
Circuits featuring Gareth Jones, Jogging House (live) and Sequenchill (DJ)
On Saturday, 7th October – Circuits with the collaboration of the German Maltese Circle present two international artists alongside an experienced Maltese DJ.
The theme will be experimental, atmospheric, laid back electronic music. The line-up will consist of renowned music producer and electronic music performer Gareth Jones from the UK who will perform live as Electrogenetic, Jogging House from Germany who will also perform live and Maltese DJ Sequenchill.
Circuits Non-Stop 2023 – A Mini Electronic Music Convention
On Saturday, 4th November the Circuits Non-Stop Mini-Electronic Music Convention returns. This yearly event celebrates electronic music in all its forms and focuses on educational workshops and discussions. Similar to last year, this event will be separated into areas: discussions / presentations, workshops, performances and an installation / expo.
Subotnick: Portrait of an Electronic Music Pioneer – Screening preceded by Performance
On Wednesday, 22nd November we will feature the screening of the movie “Subotnick: Portrait of an Electronic Music Pioneer”, which is an official bio-documentary on revered avant-garde music composer Morton Subotnick. Prior to this screening, experienced Maltese dj and music producer Dr Zicotron will perform his debut live performance on a modular synthesizer.
More details about these events will be available soon on our Facebook, Instagram and website pages on circuitsmalta.com and electronicmusicmalta.com.
EMM is supported by Arts Council Malta.