Named after the wheel of fortune once used at local village fairs – Rulina is a modern, playful original composition inspired by traditional Maltese games.
When: 12th May, 2018 at 8.30pm and 9.30pm
Where: Palazzo Vilhena, Mdina
Accompanying the merriment, an introductory piece will be played by twenty-eight musicians on traditional Banda instruments. With music, dancing, games and all sorts of surprising interactions taking place all around, Rulina seeks to create an immersive, all-encompassing experience that places the audience at the heart of the performance.
Rulina will delve into four traditional games, namely, Dawra Durella, Pizzi Pizzi Kanna, IÅ¼-Å»unÅ¼ana Ddur Iddur and Kastig to alternate traditional with contemporary performance. A flowing literary script will help us set on a journey of original musical compositions and contemporary dance, drawing inspiration from traditional games to comment upon current behavioural patterns, the hectic rythms of life and even death.
Two back-to-back performances will take place, at the Vilhena Palace in Mdina, on the 12 of May at 20:30hrs and 21:30 hrs. Admission is free on a first come first served basis.
For further information please like and follow Rulina’s Facebook page, or call 79867165.
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