Joanne Camilleri - pianist
Acclaimed pianist Joanne Camilleri will be performing live during the upcoming concert “From Bach to Mozart – Sonatas for Violin & Piano”at the Cathedral Museum  on the May 25 
“…strength tempered with the utmost tenderness and sensitivity, an assuredly delicate but firm touch and a passion which never runs wild. She is endowed with a technique which
remains formidable yet never one at the cost of clarity and articulation or even one indulged in for mere show, but one always at the service of the music.” (Sunday Times of Malta).
A prize winner graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music (UK), Joanne also holds a Doctorate in Performance from the University of Malta.
A pianist with a wide-ranging repertoire, she has performed extensively as a recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician both locally in Malta and Gozo, as well as in various
venues around Europe, including Tunisia, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland, the Isle of Man, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, and around England, including St Martin-in-the-Fields and St James Piccadilly in London, to high acclaim. She has been invited to perform at prestigious functions including those at the President’s Palace in Malta, at the German and USA
Ambassadors’ Residences, as well as other concerts organised under the auspices of the Ambassadors for Ireland, UK, Poland, Tunisia and China. Joanne regularly performs with the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra and has collaborated with numerous international musicians.
Having a keen interest in 17th- and 18th- century repertoire, Joanne also plays the harpsichord and forms part of theValletta International Baroque Ensemble (VIBE), with whom she toured Madrid, Berlin and Paris last May. Joanne has given a number of solo recitals dedicated to the repertoire of the baroque era and specifically of works by J. S. Bach. As a recording artist, she has released two solo CDs entitledIn Bach’s Footsteps and Bach’s Goldberg Variations.