A new photogallery has been uploaded featuring photos taken during Notte Bianca 2010.. performances included Bellydancing, harp playing and latin dancing. You can see photos of various churches (including St John’s Co-Cathedral) which were open on the night.
Videos will be posted later.
The performers in the photos include Ya Habibi Dance School, Chellcy Reitsma and Fringe Benefits Malta, Sway Dance Company and Esmeralda Camilleri.
This year Malta’s very popular Notte Bianca (White Night) will be held on the 25th September 2010 in Valletta.. hoping the weather holds..
Please note the corrected time for Ya Habibi Dance School.
At Cavalier House in Old Mint Street, Valletta, tonight there will be an exhibition held at the initiative of Lands Parliamentary Secretary Jason Azzopardi, will include the Cantilena by Pietru Caxaru – the oldest record available of the Maltese language. Caxaru’s Cantilena has not been shown in public for the past 10 years.
It was found by Prof. Geoffrey Wettinger and Fr Mikiel Fsadni back in 1966.