The Palace, Sliema are once more extending its support to promote local art and culture and once more is collaborating with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, while also part sponsoring a number of concerts which are regularly organised by the Maltese national orchestra. Sponsoring these types of initiatives and events are imperative to guarantee that arts and culture in Malta are successful and sustainable. The Palace is one of the local establishments that is responding with imaginative and innovative ideas about how to spread their support to this sector, while delivering quality arts and cultural experiences to diverse audiences around Malta and Gozo.
“The Palace believes that access to arts and culture helps to build a more inspired and creative society and it gives us a sense of who we are and where we’ve come from. Add to this, for the past years our hotel, and those forming part of AX Hotels, have offered its support to local culture in its ongoing effort to promote the arts. By supporting the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, we are guaranteeing that our national orchestra upholds its impeccable reputation and achieve its mission to make the finest music available to the greatest number of people possible,” said Andy Tanti, Sales Director.
On Sunday 5th February, The Palace will be sponsoring the first concert of the year organised by the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra’s Russian Masters Series, which will focus on two of the most prominent Russian composers, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Dmitri Shostakovich. Also, on a regular basis The Palace hosts several guests from the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, including Maestro Brian Schembri, who is the principal conductor and artistic director of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra. This recent collaboration reflects the important that the Hotel together with the rest of AX Hotels gives to Maltese talent and culture.