About our choir

Malta

61 Members

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Members

Hugo Agius Muscat

Conductor
Dr Hugo Agius Muscat is a consultant public health physician with a passion for music. He studied organ with Carmelo Scerri (organist, Luçon Cathedral, 1935-40; St John's Co-Cathedral, 1946-81) and theory and harmony with Carmelo Pace. In 1992 he was awarded the LRSM Diploma (Organ Performing) of the Royal Schools of Music, and in 2008 the diploma of Colleague of the Royal College of Organists (CRCO). Since 1983 he has been titular organist at St Paul's Anglican Pro- Cathedral, Valletta, and for a year (1985-86) was organist at St John's Co- Cathedral locum tenens. He has performed as soloist or accompanist at major venues in Austria, Czechia, England, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, Scotland and Spain.

Cecilia Agius Muscat

Assistant Choirmaster and 1st Tenor
Cecilia is a founder member of the SPCS and its assistant choirmaster. For many years she was also the SPCS Committee Secretary. She started out singing with the Altos but is now singing with the Tenors to boost the small section. She studied piano from a young age and has the LTCL performing diploma. She first met her husband Hugo in another choir. Music has remained a passionate hobby. She is the proud mother of three children and grandmother of two. For Cecilia, the SPCS has been a journey filled with singing, music and great satisfaction. The choir tours abroad have been a highlight, singing in places like St Paul’s Cathedral in London, Notre Dame in Paris, and St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Directing the choir at the Basilica of Santa Cecilia in Rome was a special moment.

Elisabeth Conrad

Organist
Prof. Elisabeth Conrad is an organist, pianist and cellist with a strong reputation as a keyboard accompanist. At the age of twenty she was the youngest ever Maltese to be awarded the LRSM Diploma in Organ Performing. She has been the St Paul Choral Society’s organist since 1999; in this role she has regularly played at St Paul’s Pro-Cathedral and St John's Co-Cathedral, as well as in elite venues abroad. Apart from holding the LRSM organ diploma, Prof. Conrad is also the holder of the ATCL and ALCM diplomas in Pianoforte performance, as well as the ABRSM diploma in Cello performance. In 2000, as a cellist, she formed part of the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra, and for many years was a casual member of the Malta National Orchestra.  Prof. Conrad is a specialist in environmental management.

Sopranos

Anna

Soprano

Cynthia Genovese

Daniela Briffa

First Soprano

Elisabeth

First Soprano

Francesca Cassar

Soprano section leader

Louisienne Filletti

Soprano

Miriam Briffa

First soprano

Silvia Visa

Soprano

Tamara Baldacchino Briffa

First Soprano

Annabel Mallia

Brenda Farrugia

Doreen Mizzi

Soprano

Janet Schembri

Stephanie

Soprano

+ 4 more Sopranos

Altos

Alessia

Alto

Andrea Azzopardi

Alto

Claire Genovese

Doris Spiteri

Hertha

Josette

Alto section leader

Lucienne

Alto

Lyndy

2nd Alto

Margot Cunningham

Maxine

Alto

Nicolette Miller

Victoria Ciantar

Alto

Alice

Juanita Bencini

First alto

+ 3 more Altos

Tenors

Charles Muscat

Christian Axiak

Mr

Martin Bezzina Wettinger

Tenor

Michael Sant

Ray Mangion

Tenor

Edgar Sant

Joseph V Farrugia

Founder Member Tenor Section Leader, started as a Base and later joined Tenors.

Keith Tabone

Basses

Anton

2nd Bass

Derick

1st Base

Henry Cassar

2nd Bass

James Sapienza

2nd Bass

Joseph Galea

First Bass

Kurston Cristina

1st Bass

Maurice Tabone

2nd Bass and Committee Chairman

Stephen Mangion

Stephen Lungaro-Mifsud

2nd Bass and Committee Member

David Caruana

Edgar Sammut

Maurice O’Scanaill

Olaf Woods

+ 2 more Basses

Musician

Elisabeth Conrad

Organist

Conductors

Hugo Agius Muscat

Choirmaster

Cecilia Agius Muscat

Assistant Choirmaster and 1st Tenor